January 28th, 2014. To many people that was just a Tuesday – but the folks of Alabama know it by a different name – Snowmaggedon. The impact of the wintry storm was felt across Central Alabama. But what went wrong with the forecasting of the monumental event? Dr. Tim Coleman, of the University of Alabama Huntsville, discusses some of the major factors going into covering Snowmaggedon.
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- Ep. 1 - Storm Anxiety
- Ep. 2 - False Alarms
- Ep. 3 - Forecasting Fears
- Ep. 4 - April 27th Tornadoes
- Ep. 5 - Warning Sirens
- Ep. 6 - Tornado Paths & Storm Chasing
- Ep. 7 - Women in STEM
- Ep. 8 - Alabama Meteorologists
- Ep. 9 - Air Quality
- Ep. 10 - Hurricane Hunter Pilot
- Ep. 11 - Predicting Hurricanes
- Ep. 12 - The Ballad of Wes Wyatt
- Ep. 13 - The Unusual Nature of AL Weather
- Ep. 14 - Children in hot cars
- Ep. 15 - Is the heat making you depressed?
- Ep. 16 - The Folklore of Fred Hunter