In this week's episode:
-A WeatherBrains Extra: "The Tropics: Looking Back and Ahead" ... Colorado State University's Dr. William Gray outlines his predictions for the 2007 Atlantic
Hurricane season and why the 2006 season didn't turn out as first expected;
-"We've been brainwashed" -- Dr. Gray comments on manmade global warming, and he reacts to former Vice President Al Gore's film "An Inconvenient Truth"
-Pattern flip: James Spann explains why Alabama residents get to enjoy spring-like weather for middle December;
-Brian Peters checks in from along the northwest Florida coast;
-Looking up north, J. B. Elliott says no extremely cold air is in the immediate future for Alabama;
-James reveals a change coming to ABC 33/40's on-air staff;
-This Week in Weather History: Bill Murray and James recall the December, 2000, Tuscaloosa Tornado, the first such storm to be caught live on an ABC 33/40 TowerCam;
Join James Spann, J. B. Elliott, Brian Peters, Bill Murray and David Black...
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