A veteran meteorologist talks about the recent blizzard and why 47 fatalities occurred despite the accurate forecasts.
An ocean physicist with NASA talks about the warming climate’s impact and what that means for people living both near and far away from the water.
This week we discuss cold weather, the American Meteorological Society's annual weather conference, how technology is changing forecast communication and — most importantly — cocktails!
Learn about the problems caused by coastal flooding and the potential solutions.
With 2022 coming to an end, our meteorologists look ahead to 2023.
From hurricanes to blizzards to flash floods, it was an eventful year for weather across the United States.
It was a busy meteorological year across the United States, with blizzards, tornadoes, floods, and hurricanes.
With so much going on, we asked an outside expert to help summarize the most notable events of the year.
Our guest this week is Greg Carbin, chief of the NOAA Weather Prediction Center’s forecast operations branch in suburban Washington, DC. Before his position at the WPC, he worked at the NOAA Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma.
Greg walks us through and recaps his top 10 national weather events of 2022, including Hurricane Ian in Florida and the historic flash flooding in St. Louis.
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Matt Holiner of Lee Enterprises' Midwest group in Chicago, Kirsten Lang of the Tulsa World in Oklahoma, Joe Martucci of the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., and Sean Sublette of the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia.
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On this episode of the Across the Sky podcast, the Lee Weather team sat down with Chief of NOAA Weather Prediction Center Greg Carbin to discu…
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There are a lot of great songs about the weather and we narrowed the list down to these 10 (12, actually) classics. Find out which songs made the cut on Across the Sky.
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Dave Robinson, a winter weather expert, talks about measuring snow and the database he runs through the Rutgers Global Snow Lab.
Have you ever wondered how to properly measure the amount of snow in your backyard? The Lee Weather Team sat down with the operator of the Rut…
Are you ready for winter? Listen to the second part of our two-part winter weather preview on the latest episode of the Across the Sky podcast.
What will the next polar vortex look like? On the second half of this two part series, the Lee Weather Team sat down with AER Director of Seas…
Are you ready for winter? Get a sense of what to expect on the latest episode of the Across the Sky podcast.
Do we have a cold winter ahead of us? The Lee Weather Team sat down with AER Director of Seasonal Forecasting Judah Cohen to discuss what this…
We review Hurricane Sandy with a meteorologist that covered the 2012 storm on the latest episode of Across the Sky.
What conditions are best for bright fall colors and what is the outlook for this fall? Learn more on Across the Sky!
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The Lee Weather Team discusses the forecasts and aftermath of Hurricane Ian on Across the Sky.