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Meteorologists Simon King and Clare Nasir love the weather. In this BBC podcast, they are joined by a range of experts as they answer some of weather’s most challenging questions.

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Meteorologists Simon King and Clare Nasir love the weather. In this BBC podcast, they are joined by a range of experts as they answer some of weather’s most challenging questions.

    10: Why does the jet stream rule our weather?

    10: Why does the jet stream rule our weather?

    Simon and Clare explore why the jet stream is so important to our weather and discuss how it impacts on travel with Professor Paul Williams.

    • 20分
    09: How does it feel flying into a hurricane?

    09: How does it feel flying into a hurricane?

    Simon and Clare find out how it feels flying into a hurricane with the American Hurricane Hunter team based in Florida.

    • 20分
    08: What's it like to be in the path of a tornado?

    08: What's it like to be in the path of a tornado?

    Simon and Clare are joined by storm chaser Paul Knightley to discover what it's like to be in the path of a tornado.

    • 28分
    07: Whatever happened to acid rain?

    07: Whatever happened to acid rain?

    Professor Christopher Evans joins Simon and Clare to explore if the issue of acid rain is still relevant in the UK today.

    • 23分
    06: What does rain smell like?

    06: What does rain smell like?

    Simon and Clare discover what rain smells like and how our senses and the weather are connected.

    • 26分
    05: Should we care about space weather?

    05: Should we care about space weather?

    Simon and Clare are joined by Mike Hapgood, Head Of Space Weather at RAL Space, to discover the impact space weather has on our daily lives.

    • 23分

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