PLEASE VISIT MY NEW WEBSITE

Hello,
Welcome to my web page. My name is Barry Martin. I just
graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a BS in Meteorology and a minor in Math. My home town is Rochester, Massachusetts. My main interest in weather is mesoscale meteorology. I have been
a research assistant at the NSSL for about two years now. I was able to participate in the STEPS field study with a  lightning team from the Lab. It was the best experience of my life.

This web page is very simple compared to my last one. I have a great number of weather links, and a resume for those who are
interested. Enjoy!!

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SOME CURRENT
WEATHER INFO

Plains sfc data

Radar

Sat Vis image

Sat IR image

Sat WV image

Convective Outlook

Watches/Warnings

Discussion

Current Wx
conditions

Upper air

Norman Sounding

850mb

700mb

500mb

300mb

250mb

HERE ARE SOME STEPS PHOTOS

LP Supercell in Nebraska

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The crew are getting ready to launch. That big yellow tube holds the balloon, and instruments that measure E field, and the
thermodynamic structure of the atmosphere are attached. Once the crew is ready, the balloon is launched and data is collected.