Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Supercomputer Simulation of Atmosphere

When I was a kid, I followed the T.V. weather forecasts all winter.  They were exciting because, on any given night, the forecaster might hint that a snowstorm was heading for my North Carolina hometown.  Of course, snow meant no school, as well as days of sledding, throwing snowing balls, and breathing in  crisp, cold air.  Since then, weather has fascinated me.

I am also interested in the beauty of computer simulations, so when I saw the video below, I thought I had to share it with my readers.  Watch it and enjoy!  Also, try to find the little red hurricanes swirling off America's east coast.  Very cool.

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