"Weather is stunningly complex." - Nate Johnson, National Weather Association Broadcast Meteorology Committee
Have you ever noticed the little logos next to a meteorologist's name? Nate Johnson, of the National Weather Association Broadcast Meteorology Committee, explains what those seals mean, and how a meteorologist earns them. Nate and J-P Dice discuss the importance of taking the complex nature of weather and being able to share it with the viewers, in Part One of our "Weather on Television" series.
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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
- Ep. 17 - Snowmaggedon - What went wrong?