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Chief Meteorologist, WXIX TV, FOX19, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Hello from the community of Madisonville, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
North Latitude 39.15°
West Longitude 84.40°
Elevation 611 ft. (186 m.) MSL

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Mount St. Joseph University

GEO130 Oceanography


Fall 2014 (S1 2014)

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John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge,
completed just after the Civil War, it was the first permanent structure to span the Ohio River.
Roebling used multi-strand cables for the first time on so long a structure marking a great
leap forward in bridge engineering. This was the prototype for the Brooklyn Bridge and my favorite Cincinnati landmark.
January 19, 1994, 7:25 AM,
Steam Fog on the Ohio River
Temperature -24F, Wind NW 20 mph, Wind Chill -63F.
April 2, 1997 from Covington, KY
Note the comet Hale-Bopp just above the center of the bridge.
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Sep. 2008 Hurricane Ike Wind Animation CLICK HERE
Ike Satellite Animation - During Extratropical Transition CLICK HERE
Compare Ike to
The 1900 Great Galveston Hurricane
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Oxford, OH Hook Echo of June 3, 2008

CLICK HERE For Reflectivity and Velocity Images from NWS ILN NEXRAD Doppler

CVG Radar Images from April 3, 1974 and a Satellite Loop

CLICK HERE See What a Meteorologist in the 70's Used to Forecast (Below the Photos)

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