Editor's Log

January 2010 Issue

Winter Wonderland

I know this will come as a shock to many of you, but itís full-bore winter in North America. Being warmly ensconced in Florida for the past couple of years, I had forgotten about the seasonís treachery. A recent early-December round-trip up the coast to D.C. brought back vivid memories, as well as a wide range of weather. Starting out, there were low ceilings, decent tailwinds and widespread convective activity over central Florida. The front-inspired rain was mostly moderate in intensity, and there were a few bumps, but there wasnít anything in it all to be overly concerned about.

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