The perfect storm monsoon blog post.
The title should be enough to convince you to spend hours on this post, but you can always add more words and images to make it even better.
If you’re not sure what kind of storm you want to write about, here’s a quick checklist of things you should do if you want a storm monkee post: Get a weather station ready.
Get a good source.
Find out what the forecast is for the area you’re writing about.
Read the storm map and know what to expect.
Check out this post on what to look for in a storm: How to create a storm diary that makes your life easier and more enjoyable.
And of course, get the weather forecast.
If you want the ultimate storm diary, here are some good resources for that: The Weather Channel’s Storm Diary (US) and The Weather Channel Weather Blog (UK).
For more on the weather, check out This Weather Is Great (US).
If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a line on Twitter or in the comments.
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