In this week's episode:
- What could central Florida residents have done to survive a series of deadly tornadoes February 2nd? Bill Murray talks with the area's National Weather Service Meteorologist-in-Charge, and a spokesman for Lake county's Emergency Management Agency;
- Death traps: Experts say mobile home occupants had virtually no chance of survival;
- Florida's tornadoes "not completely out of the ordinary" -- Looking at correlations between El Nino and severe weather;
- "Struck without warning" -- How accurately do news organizations report various stories involving weather and climate? The WeatherBrains crew finds a lot of room for improvement;
- Kevin Selle observes Weather Person's Day;
- Climate controversy update: James Spann's Global Warming e-mail in-box continues to fill up;
- This Week In Weather History: Bill Murray looks at a time when the waters of the Mississippi River actually flowed backwards;
Join James Spann, Kevin Selle, Brian Peters, Jason Simpson and host David Black...
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