Shea Gibson. Charleston, SC.
Shea Gibson - WeatherFlow, Inc. Meteorologist - Wind Forecaster SE Region & East Coast - Tropics - Outreach & New Weather Station Projects - AMS Member
Question 1. What was your most memorable weather event?
Hurricane Hugo 1989 I lived in Charleston, SC at that time
Question 2. What is your favourite and least favourite type of weather?
Favorite type of weather: Snow / Least favorite: Cold dreary rain
Question 3. If you weren't a meteorologist what would you most like to be?
If I weren't a meteorologist, I would like to be an engineer of some sort - something with creativity and modern application
Question 4. From a purely meteorological point of view, where would you most like to live?
I actually live in a great place on Earth here in Charleston, SC. We get to see every season for the most part with some fantastic weather. BUT...if I had to choose another spot...I might take a nice large rolling stretch of Wyoming. Dryer and a bit cooler. Comfortable overall.Favorite topic of meteorological studies and observations
Question 5. Is there anything else you'd like to share?
Favorite topic of meteorological studies and observations: Sea Breezes. All classes. Such a beautiful microscale, synoptic scale and mesoscale study all at one time for many parts of the world - especially the Coastal SE Region.
More about Shea:
Most of the operational forecasting I do is wind related for wind and watersportsman, as well as for coastal maritime efforts. We have an extensive coastal mesonet with 5 minute station updates for enhanced near real time observations. We have 5 consumer applications named WindAlert, SailFlow, iKitesurf, iWindsurf and FishWeather for the wind and water enthusiasts...as well as our professional Datascope viewer for enterprise and government usages. For pro-bono work and outreach, I run the "Chucktown Wind Report" group on Facebook for the Charleston, SC area.
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