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Saratoga Sunrise | May 11, 2017
Saratoga Spa State Park
Saratoga Springs, New York
Video Screen Grab
Search and Rescue Response Team Aerial Promo.
On-location at the base of Kaaterskill Falls in Palenville, New York.
Lead video for storm coverage broadcast on May 1, 2017 on WRGB CBS6.
Flooding in Mechanicville, New York.
Flooding resulting from severe storms in Mechanicville, New York on May 1, 2017
Smoky sunrise over the Albany Pinebush Preserve, Albany, New York.
On-location in a controlled burn zone, Albany, New York.
Green sky and approaching storm in Halfmoon, New York on April 16, 2017
On-location in early morning in Ferrisburgh, Vermont.
Spring snow falling in Spa State Park in Saratoga Springs, New York on March 31, 2017
Man smoking in the rain in a doorway of Chinatown in Boston, Massa
March 23, 2017 is World Meteorological Day.
About a year ago, a representative from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) contacted me about including a video I captured of a snow devil in Halfmoon, New York in the 2017 version of the International Cloud Atlas. The newest edition went live today.
The International Cloud Atlas was first published in 1896 and there have been eight versions since its first publication. The 2017 version is the first edition to be completely online and include multimedia. I am honored to be part of such a long standing scientific publication.
You can view the 2017 International Cloud Atlas here: https://www.wmocloudatlas.org
Strong winds ahead of a severe-warned storm on March 8, 2017 in Halfmoon, New York.
Sunset | Valley Falls, New York
It's warm here in Upstate New York. Like really warm. Right now, it's 51 degrees. This entire week is forecast to be well above average. The warm, fair weather creates the perfect conditions to capture a sunset over a frozen body of water. Meltwater creates the perfect mirror to reflect the color of the day's last light. Winter is coming to an end and storm season is coming. Last night was only a beautiful reminder.
Introducing something new from Nor'easter Films, Heavy WX new project from Nor'easter Films that seeks to redefine the beauty of New England weather. Watch www.heavywx.com for updates and developments.
Svínafellsjökull | Iceland
Lava Field Sunset | Iceland
Space Junk | Northern Sky | Upstate New York