We looked inside some of the tweets by @IanBGlenn and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The one-day-old Moon, 2% illuminated, with Venus about to pass between us and the sun, zoom in to see it also in crescent phase! Shot with a Canon T3i, 200mm f/2.8 lens, 5 degrees above the horizon, clear skies from Pasadena, CA 🌙🌅 https://t.co/WqJyOZcYJ4
During #ARM’s #HISCALE field campaign, @UCIrvine scientists discovered fragments of biological cells in the atmosphere that were many times smaller and many times more numerous were known to exist | https://t.co/gPDCCFJe5f https://t.co/UwRayyQsG3
I always enjoy biology - meteorology crossover research :) https://t.co/F1qySXYW9q
Rare moment with #michael #Eyewall mesovortices are similar, in principle, to small suction vortices often observed in multi-vortex tornadoes. Wind speed can be 10% higher than rest of eyewall. Also the radar is picking up a flock of birds in the #eye where it’s calm @FOX5Atlanta https://t.co/IrtKSYB4zz
Get ready, folks...the Climate Prediction Center official forecast is for above equal chances for a wet monsoon in Arizona. We are already seeing hints of this in medium range forecast models. https://t.co/TzhWSaLSza