website is dedicated to the memory of Christopher Lee Parker 1977 to 2007.
A wonderful son, a loving brother and the best friend anyone could ever have.
Happy Birthday Chris, 3/3/13, Mom and Dad
|Member American Meterological Society
Serving the people of Geogia since 1994 and the NE Georgia Mountains since 2004
Member of the below NOAA organizations since 1987
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The sound of rain
and birds singing was recorded at the Georgia Mountain Weather Center.
The audio duration is about 30 seconds.
|Sping when everything comes alive.
|And, so does all the pollen!!
the Georgia Mountain Weather web site, you will discover a variety of weather data for you and your family as they plan their
outdoor activities, discover what is the appropriate attire, will you need an umbrella, and if you must take cover,
due to severe weather heading in your direction as well as other important weather related decisions. Here you will
find the basics of meteorology as well as advanced data and all written in a format that the average Georgian or visitor will
have no problem understanding or heed if there are severe weather watches or warnings posted. I pray you will enjoy
your stay on this website and if you become one of the fortunate few that are able to live in these mountains, you will find
it one the best, most friendly, law abiding and family oriented locations in the United States and you will no doubt
consider yourself blessed. May God bless you, may He bless our mountains and may He also bless our country.
Hello, I am Ed Parker and I bid you welcome.
been a student of meteorology for the past 40+ years. I have a M.H.S. degree but, personally, I feel meteorology
is the most interesting vocation and study available to man and I make that statement simply because weather is one of
earth's elements that affects, without exception, every living creature that lives on or in this planet.
There are few
earthly conditions that I have not experienced. The most unforgettable moments include hurricanes, volcanic eruptions,
earthquakes, tsunamis, white outs, ice-storms, nor'easters, tornadoes, large hail, and Bearing Sea storms.
Throughout all those intense situations, they were an adventure and, pleasantly, adventures, good or bad, are not soon
I look forward to sharing my trials by nature, discover your adventure stories and discuss meteorology
while enjoying the cool summer temperatures, starkly beautiful spring and autumn and struggle through the winter
in the fantastic North Georgia Mountains.
|Brasstown Bald Mountain
|Beautiful and Captivating