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WeatherBrains 472: Kickapoo Puddle

WeatherBrains - Tue, 02/10/2015 - 05:00

WeatherBrains Episode 472 is now online (February 9, 2015). If you are crazy about weather, this is THE netcast audio program for you!

Tonight’s Guest WeatherBrain is Jeff Tongue, the Science and Operations Officer at the NWS Upton NY, which serves New York City. He is also an Assistant Professor at Suffolk Community College and a Lecturer at Stonybrook University.

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From The Weather Center:

WeatherBrains 101: For this episode of WeatherBrains 101, the professor takes a look at the term “upper air” and what it means in the field of meteorology.

Listener Surveys: Okay, we continue to drive this topic into the ground, but we really do like to hear from you. Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to fill out the Listener Survey. The survey takes just a minute or two to complete and provides us with an opportunity to learn where you are and hear your thoughts and comments on the show. Click here to take the survey.

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Picks of the Week:

Nate Johnson – Send In The Weathermen

Bill Murray – Why Weather Predictions Will Never Be Perfect

Brian Peters – Around the World Solar-powered Flight

John Scala – Researchers link Smoke to Tornado Intensity

Kevin Selle – Northeast Blizzard from Boston Globe

Rick Smith – Adaptable NWS Forecast/Warning/Observation Widget and Web Page

James Spann – NWS Enhanced Data Display (EDD)

Aubrey Urbanowicz – NASA’s New Solarium

SkyDavers Blog – The Fog Bank

The WeatherBrains crew includes your host, James Spann, plus other notable geeks like Nate Johnson, Bill Murray, Aubrey Urbanowicz, Dr. John Scala, Rick Smith, Kevin Selle, and Brian Peters. They bring together a wealth of weather knowledge and experience for another fascinating netcast about weather.

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WeatherBrains 472: Kickapoo Puddle

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Tue, 02/10/2015 - 05:00

WeatherBrains Episode 472 is now online (February 9, 2015). If you are crazy about weather, this is THE netcast audio program for you!

Tonight’s Guest WeatherBrain is Jeff Tongue, the Science and Operations Officer at the NWS Upton NY, which serves New York City. He is also an Assistant Professor at Suffolk Community College and a Lecturer at Stonybrook University.

Our email bag officer is continuing to handle the incoming messages from our listeners.

From The Weather Center:

WeatherBrains 101:

Listener Surveys: Okay, we continue to drive this topic into the ground, but we really do like to hear from you. Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to fill out the Listener Survey. The survey takes just a minute or two to complete and provides us with an opportunity to learn where you are and hear your thoughts and comments on the show. Click here to take the survey.

To subscribe to the brand new SkyWritings, an email newsletter from the WeatherBrains gang, click HERE.

Picks of the Week:

Nate Johnson – Send In The Weathermen

Bill Murray – Why Weather Predictions Will Never Be Perfect

Brian Peters – Around the World Solar-powered Flight

John Scala – Researchers link Smoke to Tornado Intensity

Kevin Selle – Northeast Blizzard from Boston Globe

Rick Smith – Adaptable NWS Forecast/Warning/Observation Widget and Web Page

James Spann – NWS Enhanced Data Display (EDD)

Aubrey Urbanowicz – NASA’s New Solarium

SkyDavers Blog – The Fog Bank

The WeatherBrains crew includes your host, James Spann, plus other notable geeks like Nate Johnson, Bill Murray, Aubrey Urbanowicz, Dr. John Scala, Rick Smith, Kevin Selle, and Brian Peters. They bring together a wealth of weather knowledge and experience for another fascinating netcast about weather.

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February 9, 2015 Weather Xtreme Video - Afternoon Edition

Weather Xtreme Video - Mon, 02/09/2015 - 16:29
February 9, 2015 Weather Xtreme Video - Afternoon Edition
The ABC 33/40 Weather Xtreme video is a detailed weather discussion for Alabama and the Southeast U.S. which goes beyond the normal stuff you see on TV! From... From: ABC 33/40 Weather Views: 605 5 ratings Time: 05:31 More in News & Politics
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Much Colder Air Arrives Thursday

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Mon, 02/09/2015 - 16:25

An all new edition of the ABC 33/40 Weather Xtreme video is available in the player on the right sidebar of the blog. You can subscribe to the Weather Xtreme video on iTunes by clicking here.

PLEASANT AFTERNOON: We actually have a few isolated showers near the Georgia border, but elsewhere dry air is working into the state with some sunshine at most locations. The air north of Birmingham is much colder; Haleyville reports only 48 degrees at 2:00, while Birmingham was at 63 and Tuscaloosa was enjoying 69 degrees. The cooler air will overspread the state tonight as the sky becomes clear.

TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY: These days will be dry with a good supply of sunshine; tomorrow will be cooler with a high in the low 50s. Then, we rise into the low 60s Wednesday, which should be the nicest day of the week.

COLD AIR BLOWS IN THURSDAY: A cold front will pass through in dry fashion early Thursday morning; the day Thursday will be cold and blustery, with a partly sunny sky and a high only in the low 40s. Some communities north of Birmingham might have a hard time getting out of the 30s.

Friday morning will feature a very significant freeze, with a low in the 17-22 degree range. The day Friday will be cold and dry with a sunny sky and a high in the mid 40s.

ANOTHER COLD SHOT SUNDAY: Saturday will be a sunny day with a high in the upper 40s, but another shot of very cold, Arctic air arrives Saturday night, and by early Sunday morning we are now projecting lows between 12 and 17 degrees across North/Central Alabama. Despite sunshine in full supply, we will barely get above the freezing mark Sunday afternoon with a high in the mid 30s.

NEXT WEEK: We begin to warm up a bit Monday with a high back in the 40s, and the next chance of rain will come on Tuesday. See the Weather Xtreme video for the maps, graphics, and more details.

FIRST ALERT STORM TEAM TOUR: Our annual severe weather awareness tour across Alabama rolls along; we will be in Winfield tomorrow evening. Just drop by anytime from 4:00 until 6:30… you can watch me do weather live on ABC 33/40, get some free stuff to take home, and have a chance to win several NOAA Weather Radios we will be giving away. If you need your weather radio programmed or checked, bring it by and we will be glad to help.

WEATHER BRAINS: Don’t forget you can listen to our weekly 90 minute netcast anytime on the web, or on iTunes. This is the show all about weather featuring many familiar voices, including our meteorologists here at ABC 33/40. We will produce this week’s show tonight at 8:30 CT… you can watch it on “James Spann 24/7″ on cable systems around the state, or on the web here.

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I enjoyed seeing 6th and 7th graders at Helena Middle School this morning… along with the 3rd graders at Rock Quarry Elementary in Tuscaloosa… Look for the next Weather Xtreme video here by 7:00 a.m. tomorrow…

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Wrong Way Temperatures

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Mon, 02/09/2015 - 11:22

It’s another one of “those” days where the temperature is actually going the wrong direction – down instead of up – or holding steady. Here’s a graph of the temperatures for the last 24 hours from my weather station. At the Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport, the high for the day so far occurred at 12:01 am when the temperature was 63 degrees. Since then the temperature has fallen to a current reading of 57 degrees where it has been hold steady. The reason for the temperatures to hold steady or go down is the passage of a cold front which is ushering in cold air. We could conceivably go up a few degrees since we will see the sun this afternoon, but I don’t expect temperatures to climb much since the warming of the sun will be offset by the cold air advection.

Being curious since we’ve seen this happen a number of times in 2015, I decided to check the weather observations for all of 2015 at the Birmingham airport to see how many times our daily high was lower than 50 degrees, using that as my idea of a cold day. I figured this would be a good bellwether as to how cold it has been so far this year. According to the data from the National Weather Service, the high has been below 50 degrees 13 times in 2015 including four days in which the high temperature for the day did not get out of the 30s. Brrr!!! January 23rd was an interesting day because the high was 49 and the low was 40, so we didn’t get out of the forties all day!

My interest in how cold it has been was piqued when I checked the GFS MOS values for Birmingham this morning. GFS stands for Global Forecast System which is the premiere US weather forecasting model, and MOS stands for Model Output Statistics which is a bunch of numbers showing anticipated highs and lows among other things. The GFS MOS this morning showed a 13 degree low for Birmingham on Sunday morning, February 15th. That seemed pretty cold so I checked and found out the record low for February 15 in Birmingham is 15. If the GFS MOS forecast verifies, we’ll set a new record low.

-Brian-

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February 9, 2015 Weather Xtreme Video - Morning Edition

Weather Xtreme Video - Mon, 02/09/2015 - 07:23
February 9, 2015 Weather Xtreme Video - Morning Edition
The ABC 33/40 Weather Xtreme video is a detailed weather discussion for Alabama and the Southeast U.S. which goes beyond the normal stuff you see on TV! From... From: ABC 33/40 Weather Views: 1046 5 ratings Time: 05:40 More in News & Politics
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Showers End Early; Some Sun Later Today

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Mon, 02/09/2015 - 07:17

An all new edition of the ABC 33/40 Weather Xtreme video is available in the player on the right sidebar of the blog. You can subscribe to the Weather Xtreme video on iTunes by clicking here.

RADAR CHECK: We have rain falling over parts of Central Alabama early this morning… mostly south and east of Birmingham.

These rain showers will be into Georgia by mid-morning, and some parts of the state could see a little sunshine this afternoon as drier air enters the state. Temperatures won’t change much today; we will stay in the mid to upper 50s through the afternoon… some spots could reach the low 60s, not quite as mild as recent days.

TOMORROW/WEDNESDAY: Expect a good supply of sunshine on these two days; tomorrow will be cooler with a high in the low to mid 50s… then we rise into the low 60s Wednesday afternoon, which should be the nicest day of the week.

COLD FRONT ARRIVES THURSDAY: A cold front will blow through early Thursday morning, and the day will be windy and colder with a high in the mid 40s along with a chilly north wind. The wind dies down Thursday night, and we project a low between 18 and 23 degrees early Friday morning. Then, Friday will be cold and dry with a good supply of sunshine and a high in the mid 40s.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: Saturday will be another cold and dry day; we begin with a low in the 20s, and the high Saturday afternoon will be in the mid 40s. Then, an Arctic front will move through in dry fashion Saturday night, and Sunday will be even colder. The GFS is printing a low of 13 degrees for Birmingham at daybreak Sunday, followed by a high only in the upper 30s.

NEXT WEEK: Monday morning will feature another very significant freeze, then we warm into the low 50s Monday afternoon with a good supply of sunshine. The GFS hints that our next chance of rain will come on Tuesday… see the Weather Xtrme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

FIRST ALERT STORM TEAM TOUR: Our annual severe weather awareness tour across Alabama rolls along; we will be in Winfield tomorrow evening. Just drop by anytime from 4:00 until 6:30… you can watch me do weather live on ABC 33/40, get some free stuff to take home, and have a chance to win several NOAA Weather Radios we will be giving away. If you need your weather radio programmed or checked, bring it by and we will be glad to help.

WEATHER BRAINS: Don’t forget you can listen to our weekly 90 minute netcast anytime on the web, or on iTunes. This is the show all about weather featuring many familiar voices, including our meteorologists here at ABC 33/40. We will produce this week’s show tonight at 8:30 CT… you can watch it on “James Spann 24/7″ on cable systems around the state, or on the web here.

CONNECT: You can find me on all of the major social networks…

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Busy day ahead with weather programs at Helena Middle School in Shelby County, and Rock Quarry Elementary in Tuscaloosa. Look for the next Weather Xtreme video here by 4:00 this afternoon… enjoy the day!

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NOAA DSCOVR Launch

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Sun, 02/08/2015 - 16:09

* * * Mission was scrubbed for today – unsure when launch will be rescheduled * * *

Here is a picture of NOAA’s Discover satellite sitting on the launch pad waiting for a launch at 5:10 pm CST today. All systems were go for the launch and weather was just about perfect.

The Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) is a satellite designed to monitor and warn of harmful solar activity that could impact Earth. It was originally schedule for launch on January 23, 2015.

DSCOVR arrived in Florida November 20, 2014. Clearing the Operational Readiness Review certified DSCOVR had a successful assessment of its ground system readiness, flight concept of operations, project management, operations and sustainment plans, safety and mission assurance, system design, technical management, training and product validation.

NOAA will manage the DSCOVR mission, giving advanced warning of approaching solar storms. NASA, funded by NOAA, refurbished the DSCOVR satellite and instruments, which were in storage for several years. The U.S. Air Force is funding and overseeing the launch of DSCOVR, which will be aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

NOAA’s mission is to understand and predict changes in the Earth’s environment, from the depths of the ocean to the surface of the sun, and to conserve and manage our coastal and marine resources.

-Brian-

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Mix of Sun/Clouds but Still Warm

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Sun, 02/08/2015 - 15:48

Clouds rolled in across Central Alabama this morning. Much of Central Alabama started the day with sunshine, but clouds moved into the state from west to east. Even with the clouds, there were occasional breaks in those clouds so the sunshine has managed to peek through from time to time. See the latest visible satellite image below.

Even though the clouds have blocked some sunshine, temperatures managed to climb well into the 60s with some spots topping out at 70 degrees.

A cold front is forecast to move into the the northwest corner of Alabama around sunrise on Monday and move briskly through the state. There could be some showers with the cold front, however, at this writing there were no showers showing up on radars across the Southeast US. Any rainfall that does occur will be small. Temperatures Monday are likely to to heading in the wrong direction with pretty good cold air advection we may see our high for the day shortly after midnight tonight with temperatures steady or falling during the late morning and afternoon.

-Brian-

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February 8, 2015, Weather Xtreme Video

Weather Xtreme Video - Sun, 02/08/2015 - 08:10
February 8, 2015, Weather Xtreme Video
The ABC 33/40 Weather Xtreme video is a detailed weather discussion for Alabama and the Southeast U.S. which goes beyond the normal stuff you see on TV! From... From: ABC 33/40 Weather Views: 475 4 ratings Time: 05:41 More in News & Politics
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Clouds But Another Warmish Day

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Sun, 02/08/2015 - 08:10

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Moisture returns today in the form of clouds ahead of a developing cold front along with fog across Southeast Alabama. So it won’t be quite as pretty as we had yesterday, but we should still be warmer than our average highs for early February with highs in the middle and upper 60s. A developing cold front to the northwest of us will move fairly quickly through Central Alabama on Monday bringing us a pretty good shot at showers, but with the front moving through quickly I do not expect to see more than about a quarter to a third of an inch for rainfall. But cold air behind the front will lower temperatures for Tuesday as we clear out with highs only in the lower 50s.

Weak ridging develops aloft for Tuesday and Wednesday, but by Thursday a strong short wave is going to dig out a deep trough over the eastern third of the country. This brings yet another front through the Southeast on Thursday that will drop us into the deep freeze by Friday with highs only in the 40s. This front appears likely to come through without the benefit of much moisture, so it looks like we’ll just see some clouds with very little chance at rain or showers.

Surface high pressure settles into the area on Friday and Saturday with a long wave trough taking up residence over the eastern third of the country which will keep us fairly chilly into the weekend with highs rising only to about 50 degrees and lows in the 20s.

Looking ahead into Week 2, the GFS keeps a cold look to the pattern, but instead of the long wave trough over the eastern US, the GFS moves the trough westward over the Central Plains states. The GFS still shows some winter mischief around the 18th/19th of February for parts of the Southeast US. While there is some consistency to the idea of winter weather issues, there has not been consistency to when, so confidence is not very good on this actually happening. With the idea of a fairly cold pattern for Week 2, we will have to be vigilant for something to sneak up on us.

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I sure hope you have been able to enjoy the weekend. James Spann will be back with the next edition of the Weather Xtreme Video first thing Monday morning. Don’t forget to catch all of the First Alert Storm Team meteorologists with our severe weather awareness stops this Tuesday at Winfield and Thursday at Reform from 4 pm to 6:30 pm. Godspeed.

-Brian-

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Sunny Sky; Spring-like Temps

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Sat, 02/07/2015 - 14:45

The Alabama sky is filled with sunshine galore today, as hardly a cloud can be found in the beautiful, cobalt blue sky this afternoon. It is a gorgeous weekend of weather across the state and we will stay dry and pleasant well into our Sunday. Certainly any outdoor plans you have will have no problems courtesy of the weather this weekend.

Under the sunny sky, we are seeing a bit of a southerly flow. That is allowing warm air to move and we are seeing spring-like temps across the state. Early this afternoon, there are plenty of soothing 60s across the state. Over the next few hours, we should continue to see these temps climb a few more degrees and most locations should reach the mid to upper 60s. Heading into the overnight hours, we can expect another clear night, but temps will be warmer than last night. Most locations I think will stay in the lower 40s, but of course there will be some areas that will be back in the 30s.

If you like today, the you are going to love tomorrow. A few subtle differences; expect a few more clouds to be possible, especially late in the day, and the temperatures will be a few degrees warmer. I think the weather maps across Central Alabama tomorrow will have 70s on them.

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February 7, 2015, Weather Xtreme Video

Weather Xtreme Video - Sat, 02/07/2015 - 08:27
February 7, 2015, Weather Xtreme Video
The ABC 33/40 Weather Xtreme video is a detailed weather discussion for Alabama and the Southeast U.S. which goes beyond the normal stuff you see on TV! From... From: ABC 33/40 Weather Views: 341 3 ratings Time: 05:40 More in News & Politics
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Warmer for the Weekend

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Sat, 02/07/2015 - 08:27

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If you like sunshine and a warming trend, you will like today. We have started the day out on a chilly note with morning lows dipping back into the 20s once again. But with a clear sky today we should see highs climbing nearly 35 degrees with highs reaching the lower and middle 60s across Central Alabama.

The good weather continues into Sunday, but we will see more clouds as clouds increase ahead of another cold front that is expected to traverse Central Alabama on Monday. Rain chances on Monday with the front will be low as most spots stay dry, but you might see a little rain. The cool down will last into Tuesday, but we should see a nice warmup by Wednesday as sunshine returns in full force and we see highs reach back into the lower 60s.

A very strong trough will dig into the eastern US Thursday plunging us back into cold weather for the end of the week and the start of next weekend. Looks like we will see mainly clouds with this system, too, but there will be some chance for rain as moisture again remains limited.

The long wave trough position becomes established over the eastern third of the US, so we are going to stay cold as we end the week ahead and move out into the first days of voodoo country. It looks like Week 2 or voodoo land will be dominated by the trough over the eastern third of the country. The GFS even shows some potential winter mischief around the 17th of February as the pattern remains cold. But we should see a warmup by the end of Week 2 as ridging replaces the deep trough around the 21st and 22nd.

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Be sure to catch the First Alert Storm Team Tour this coming week as we make stops at Winfield on Tuesday and Reform on Thursday. I expect to post the next Weather Xtreme Video first thing on Sunday morning by about 8 am or so. Enjoy the lovely day today and Godspeed.

-Brian-

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February 6, 2015 Weather Xtreme Video

Weather Xtreme Video - Fri, 02/06/2015 - 07:09
February 6, 2015 Weather Xtreme Video
The ABC 33/40 Weather Xtreme video is a detailed weather discussion for Alabama and the Southeast U.S. which goes beyond the normal stuff you see on TV! From... From: ABC 33/40 Weather Views: 724 7 ratings Time: 04:28 More in News & Politics
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Weekend Warm-Up Ahead

ABC 33/40 Weather Blog - Fri, 02/06/2015 - 07:06

An all new edition of the ABC 33/40 Weather Xtreme video is available in the player on the right sidebar of the blog. You can subscribe to the Weather Xtreme video on iTunes by clicking here.

FEBRUARY CAN MAKE YOU SHIVER: Some temperatures just before daybreak…

Black Creek (just northeast of Gadsden) 13
Valley Head 14
Fort Payne 16
Gadsden 18
Cullman 18
Concord 18
Haleyville 18
Center Point 21
Fayette 22
Bessemer 22
Birmingham 22
Anniston 22
Tuscaloosa 25

The good news is that we warm up nicely today with a bright sunny sky, and most communities will see a high in the mid 50s this afternoon.

WEEKEND WARM-UP: Expect another sunny day tomorrow with a high in the low 60s, and we reach the mid 60s Sunday afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds. A clipper will pass northeast of Alabama Sunday night, dragging a cold front through here. This could squeeze out a few sprinkles Sunday night or Monday morning, but it looks like most communities won’t get enough rain to measure.

NEXT WEEK: Lots of sunshine Tuesday and Wednesday; the high Tuesday will be in the upper 50s, followed by mid 60s Wednesday. Then, a cold front passes through early Thursday morning, followed by colder air Thursday and Friday when highs drop into the 40s. Friday morning will be cold with a low down into the 20-25 degree range, with upper teens for colder pockets (much like this morning). See the Weather Xtreme video for the maps, graphics, and more details.

FIRST ALERT STORM TEAM TOUR: Our annual severe weather awareness tour across Alabama rolls along; we will be in Winfield Tuesday evening of next week. Just drop by anytime from 4:00 until 6:30… you can watch me do weather live on ABC 33/40, get some free stuff to take home, and have a chance to win several NOAA Weather Radios we will be giving away. If you need your weather radio programmed or checked, bring it by and we will be glad to help.

WEATHER BRAINS: Don’t forget you can listen to our weekly 90 minute netcast anytime on the web, or on iTunes. This is the show all about weather featuring many familiar voices, including our meteorologists here at ABC 33/40.

CONNECT: You can find me on all of the major social networks…

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Look for my next Weather Xtreme video here by 7:00 a.m. Monday… Brian Peters will have the video updates tomorrow and Sunday. Enjoy the weekend!

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WeatherBrains 471: No One Kiss Me

WeatherBrains - Tue, 02/03/2015 - 05:00

WeatherBrains Episode 471 is now online (February 2, 2015). If you are crazy about weather, this is THE netcast audio program for you!

This week’s guest weather brain is Paul Kocin… meteorologist and winter weather expert. He grew up on Long Island, New York and received his B.S. from Cornell University, followed by his M.Sc. from Pennsylvania State University. Along with Louis Uccellini, Paul developed the Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale, which categorizes significant Northeast United States snowstorms from “notable” to “extreme”.

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From The Weather Center:

WeatherBrains 101: Yikes, with all the snow and blizzards over the last two weeks, this episode of WeatherBrains 101 tackles the definition of blizzard with some interesting information on the origin of the word used for big snow storms.

Listener Surveys: Okay, we continue to drive this topic into the ground, but we really do like to hear from you. Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to fill out the Listener Survey. The survey takes just a minute or two to complete and provides us with an opportunity to learn where you are and hear your thoughts and comments on the show. Click here to take the survey.

Web Sites from Episode 471:

To subscribe to the brand new SkyWritings, an email newsletter from the WeatherBrains gang, click HERE.

Picks of the Week:

Nate Johnson – Advanced radar makes maiden voyage from RDU

Bill Murray – KenTenn 2015 Weather Ready Nation Forum

John Scala – Groundhog Day Blizzard of 2011

Kevin Selle – Reporting on the Blizzard of ’15

James Spann – Boston snow pictures; Boston.com

Aubrey Urbanowicz – Track the number of minutes/hours of daylight as it increases closer to spring!!!

SkyDavers Blog – The Fog Bank

The WeatherBrains crew includes your host, James Spann, plus other notable geeks like Nate Johnson, Bill Murray, Aubrey Urbanowicz, Dr. John Scala, Rick Smith, Kevin Selle, and Brian Peters. They bring together a wealth of weather knowledge and experience for another fascinating netcast about weather.

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