Riordan’s winter weather report

Antonio Maffei '20, Meteorologist

Hey Crusaders! Welcome back to another school year of wild weather! And if my models turn out to verified, a wild year indeed it will be.

Let’s go in-depth with my favorite and busiest of seasons when it comes to weather… Winter! Winter is known as the time for presents and also joyful times, but it is also known for cold weather and stormy conditions, and it is certainly looking that way. At least maybe half of that.

Right now, if we were to take a look at the Equatorial Eastern Pacific Ocean, we would begin to see water temperatures heating up in the region, which is a signal of El Nino back in action! This would bring—hopefully— warm, yet very wet conditions to Northern California. This has its pros and cons. The pro is obviously water, and a lot of it, but the big con is the lack of snow supply in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Be sure to keep an eye out on my

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Secondly, I want to talk a little bit about what is going on with AWI as well as some EXCLUSIVE news, which you’ll hear first right here. As most of you may know, I work for Apple, Inc. on software (iOS, watchOS, audioOS) and very, very lightly on hardware. We are actively working on a Project called “Typhoon,” which will revolutionize the way you get weather data. Many people complain how inaccurate the stock weather app is.

It’s about to get a lot more accurate as I have been working with our Hardware Team, Chip Team and others to create an all new weather station, which is the most advanced ever created, and as we are putting the weather stations throughout major cities in the country, it will create the “AWI Cumulus Network.” Stay tuned for more details in the coming months!