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Posted 05 June 2015 - 03:02 PM


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Hey! I am new here so I thought I would introduce myself :)


I am Remy Mermelstein, in 10th grade at Irvington High School in NY just north of NYC. I have always been interested in weather, and did many reports on different weather topics back in elementary school. Back at the end of 8th grade I made my own Facebook  Blog where I post forecasts almost every day, and other weather discussions, homemade maps and model data, the FB page is called Weather Or Not in the Rivertowns with Remy Mermelstein, it can be found at this link: https://www.facebook...weatherchannel 


Halfway through freshman year (last year) my good friend joined me on the FB page, and we then started an identical blog WeatherInTheHud with Remy & Dillon which can be found at weatherinthehud.blogspot.com We post the same things as on the FB page here, but for people who do not have FB. You can sign up with an email to get the updates by email as well :)


This year we are both doing the Science Research program at my school, and consequently are working together on research regarding Teleconnections and Oscillations/Ocean Circulations and other major patterns and how they influence smaller local patterns and ultimately the everyday sensible weather. Our theory is that if we can foresee and predict the major and biggest patterns and know as many effects/causes they have on other smaller patterns then we can be in a much better place to forecast everyday weather. We are also using this to study climate change from both sides of the argument (AGW..etc). We have been lucky enough to be working with Joe D'Aleo as our mentor and much of the amazing team at Weatherbell Analytics since November, which has been absolutely amazing. 


Anyway, just wanted to say hi, this forum looks mighty fine :) Sorry if I posted this in the wrong forum  :wacko:

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Posted 05 June 2015 - 03:37 PM


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Awesome! Welcome to the forum. :)
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Posted 05 June 2015 - 04:33 PM


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Dont worry, this is the right forum :)


I am glad to see more people from the eastern side of the country, so please post often and get your friends on here too!


...and welcome!


Posted 05 June 2015 - 04:35 PM


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Thanks guys! I am definitely telling some of my friends about this site :) I really like the design of it too :)

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Posted 05 June 2015 - 09:18 PM

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