Dustin is a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Seattle. Originally from Oregon, he moved to Seattle in 1999 after graduating with an Atmospheric Sciences degree from the University of Arizona. Photography became a passion that naturally melded with his interests in earth and space sciences and he never looked back. He's lived in the Green Lake neighborhood with his wife and family since 2011.
Total Lunar Eclipse Next Week
Here’s a look at the Moon slightly more than half illuminated as it descended through the clouds on the Western horizon this morning. Just in case you haven’t heard, there’s a total Lunar eclipse coming up on Wednesday morning, January 31st. It’s the first total lunar eclipse in our part of the world since September […]
2017 Seattle Weather Retrospective and Photos
As 2017 comes to a close, we can look back at the year as another with plenty of extremes for the record books. Here’s a little look back at a year that featured a little of everything … lengthy periods of wet weather, a record long dry stretch, wildfire smoke from numerous places, a little […]
The December Dry Streak Makes Green Lake Shine
If it weren’t for the low sun angle and chill in the air, you might be wondering if it’s really December. We’re now on day 4 of a dry spell that could extend to 10 days. If the dry spell lasts that long, it’s exceptional. A dry streak of 10 days or more in December […]
Another Breathtaking Green Lake Morning
There’s a little window of time each year that I can take in the magic of a Green Lake sunrise on the way home from work. And, oh my, did it deliver today.
Did You See The Aurora Last Night?
I had the good fortune to see this from work (over Lake Washington) last night and get this photo. Chances are, if anyone was on the south or west side of Green Lake last night looking north around 11 pm, they might have gotten a similar shot.