We are not supposed to be able to see the air we breathe, but we could not only see it but we could smell and even taste it. That was due to local fires and wildfires in our area. I’ll explain where we get the index, who provides it, and what it means.
We’ve all heard of El Nino, but did you know it is getting stronger? I’ll explain what that means to us and the kind of weather we might expect for this upcoming winter.
We’ve been talking a lot lately about the wildfires burning in the state of Oregon, but haven’t really discussed what a wildfire is and what it takes to fight one. I’ll explain.
Has there been any improvement in the status of the wildfire situation in the state of Oregon? I’ll explain how many fires and how bad they are.
We just spent a week trying to keep cool during record-breaking temperatures that surpassed 100 degrees. Did those of us in the media overemphasize the dangers involved? I’ll explain.
Debris on the highway can be dangerous, but at least you can pull off the road if your car is damaged. If you are in a spacecraft 250 miles above the earth debris can be catastrophic. I’ll explain.
A new theory has been presented that flies in the face of the climate change theory. I’ll explain the theory and those who oppose it. You be the judge.
Just because the temperatures have cooled way down we can’t assume the fire danger is lessened. I’ll explain.
I just couldn’t resist showing you what a great time was had for the 4th of July at Dexter Lake State Park at the annual event sponsored by Eugene Daily News and the Dexter Volunteer Fire Department.
Hot, dry weather increased the number of counties in Oregon that are under a drought declaration. I’ll show you just how bad the situation is and explain the consequences.