227 episodes

Tune in every week to hear real news and real stories from meteorologists, scientists, field reporters, weather survivors, and a slate of surprise guests. We report on breaking weather across the US and discuss how weather intersects with everything under the sun, including sports, science, history, hobbies, and travel. No matter who you are or how you listen, there’s something in this show for you.
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Everything Under the Sun AccuWeather: Weather | Science | History

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    • 4.3 • 44 Ratings

Tune in every week to hear real news and real stories from meteorologists, scientists, field reporters, weather survivors, and a slate of surprise guests. We report on breaking weather across the US and discuss how weather intersects with everything under the sun, including sports, science, history, hobbies, and travel. No matter who you are or how you listen, there’s something in this show for you.
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    Springing Forward in 2023

    Springing Forward in 2023

    This week on “Everything Under the Sun”, Dean DeVore is joined by Expert Long-Range Meteorologist Paul Pastelok to discuss the 2023 spring forecast and what to expect, will some spots see more snow? Plus, we look at the the most famous day in Punxsutawney, PA…Groundhog Day! We’re joined by Larry Richert of KDKA radio of Pittsburgh with a look of what it’s really like to celebrate Groundhog Day in Pennsylvania!
    Then we take a trip back in time with Evan Myers to learn about how a massive snowstorm in New York City ruined a mayor’s political career!
     It’s all this week on “Everything Under the Sun”!

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    • 30 min
    Changing Trends in Weather Forecasting

    Changing Trends in Weather Forecasting

    This week on “Everything Under the Sun”, we chat about the 103rd annual American Meteorologist Society Conference and the future of weather forecasting. Dean DeVore is joined by Chief Video Meteorologist Bernie Rayno, VP of Forecasting Marshall Moss, and Chief Meteorologist Jon Porter as they discuss their experience being at the AMS Conference and some of the awards AccuWeather brought home from Denver.
    Then, the exciting news of discovery of a new exoplanet using NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope! We are joined by Guangwei Fu from Department of Physics and Astronomy at John Hopkins University to discuss this significant discovery and what it means for the future. It’s all this week on “Everything Under the Sun”!
    Learn more about the Webb Telescope:
    https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2023/nasa-s-webb-confirms-its-first-exoplanet

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    • 41 min
    California's "Parade of Storms"

    California's "Parade of Storms"

    This week on “Everything Under the Sun”, we take a look at the parade of storms that has inundated Southern California with heavy rains and flooding, causing devastation in many areas.
    Dean DeVore is joined by AccuWeather Multimedia Journalist, Bill Wadell to talk about his experience being on the ground in California covering the storms, as well as comments from survivors who witnessed the destruction firsthand. Plus Chief Meteorologist, Jon Porter talks about the impacts of the California storms and if they are to expect more rain in the coming weeks.
    Then, we take a trip back in time with Evan Myers with a story of how heavy rains in 1863 led to a Union Army being stuck in the mud!
    It’s all this week on “Everything Under the Sun”!

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    • 42 min
    Dangerous Driving Behaviors Rise

    Dangerous Driving Behaviors Rise

    A new report finds unsafe driving behaviors, including speeding, red-light running, drowsy driving, and driving impaired on cannabis or alcohol, rose from 2020 to 2021. The most alarming increase was among drivers admitting to getting behind the wheel after drinking enough that they felt they were over the legal limit - an increase of nearly 24%. According to new survey data from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, this is a reversal in the steady declines in these dangerous driving behaviors in the three years from 2018 through 2020.
    This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', Dean DeVore welcomes Jake Nelson, AAA’s director of traffic safety advocacy and research to discuss this new report and what we as drivers can do to reverse this trend.

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    • 25 min
    Cold air to send US into deep freeze before Christmas

    Cold air to send US into deep freeze before Christmas

    A bitter blast of cold air will challenge records that have stood since the 1980s from the northern Rockies to the Southeast, as well as stress energy grids, in the run up to the Christmas holiday. Dean DeVore and AccuWeather meteorologist, Joe Lundberg discuss in more detail on this week's 'Everything Under the Sun'.


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    • 13 min
    Winter Storm Preparedness with the American Red Cross

    Winter Storm Preparedness with the American Red Cross

    Each year, hundreds of Americans are injured or killed by exposure to cold, vehicle accidents on wintry roads, and fires caused by the improper use of heaters. This week on the podcast, Dean welcomes Joy Squier, National Spokesperson for the American Red Cross with advice on how to prepare now so you can stay safe during blizzards and other winter storms!
    Get more tips and advice here:
    https://www.redcross.org/get-help/how-to-prepare-for-emergencies/types-of-emergencies/winter-storm.html

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    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

Val -Dallas ,

Finally Found a Good One

I have been searching for a good podcast for years and sort of blew by this one 😊
Los of different subjects but the most important was finding two broadcasters with wonderful speaking voices. You will not tire of these two, like so many podcast voices.

k-76 ,

Fun, interesting topics

I like how this podcast tackles so many different topics! One week it’s historical events like the blizzard of ‘93 or the moon landing, then something more current in the news. The personality profiles of meteorologists from around the country are cool too!

KRP iPhone ,

Good

My dad works there so I kinda have to write something nice. But they are actually genuinely good.

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