Meyer talks temps for Press-Gazette story on chilly spring
Now that Northeastern Wisconsin ostensibly has skipped spring and launched right into summer, it may be easy to forget just how chilly it’s been as of late. Our own Steven Meyer, associate professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, helped analyze the cooler-than-normal spring for a front-page story in Friday’s Green Bay Press-Gazette. Low temps can be blamed on the jet stream, which has been to our south, Meyer said. But that means the bulk of this season’s truly nasty weather has stayed away, too. Read more.