Many have said, “the winter of 1993 and 1994 in New England was unusual”. Many households listened attentively to what the meteorologist had to say about the weather. The deep concern was how to prepare for the day or days to come. These preparations included dress, work, recreation, food, and shelter. In the back of a lot of minds was the question, “can we really trust the meteorologist”?
Weather is always changing and the changes are due greatly to high air pressure, low air pressure, and wind. The radiant energy from the sun is the invisible source that mixes the air, and makes our weather what it is.