The world's oldest and greatest weather podcast. Join weather geeks James Spann, Bill Murray, Kim Klockow-McClain, Dr. Neil Jacobs, Rick Smith, Aubrey Urbanowicz, Jen Narramore, and Troy Kimmel along with some of the most brilliant minds in the weather enterprise every week!
WeatherBrains 871: Cat Turd Graphics Package
Tonight's Guest WeatherBrain is a suggestion of meteorologist Anna Wolverton. He is the SOO (Science Operations Officer) at the National Weather Service in Jackson, MS. He's held this position since 2015, and he's been with the NWS since 1999. He graduated from Northeast Louisiana University (Now ULM) in 1998. Chad Entremont, welcome to WeatherBrains! Also briefly joining us is the creator of HurricaneTrack.com, Mark Sudduth. Thanks for joining us, Mark!
WeatherBrains 870: To Ruin My Day, I Go To Twitter
Tonight's Guest WeatherBrain is a weather sensation and well-known YouTuber. He was born and raised in eastern Kentucky. He is an American meteorological analyst and YouTube personality. He is best known for his weather forecast discussions, a weather model commentary show centered on forecasting short term and long term weather events. Ryan started creating weather videos online when he was only 14 years old. He created a website that aimed to predict school closings in his local area and drew thousands of visitors per season. His current YouTube channel, “Ryan Hall, Y’all” was created in 2012. However, no content was actually uploaded to this channel until January of 2021, when he started making his weather themed videos. Ryan Hall, welcome to WeatherBrains!
WeatherBrains 869: Holy %^#&$^#$!
Tonight's Guest WeatherBrain grew up in Athens, Alabama. She earned her degree in meteorology at the University of South Alabama, and earned her graduate degree at Mississippi State University. She is the MIC (meteorologist-in-charge) at the NWS Forecast Office in Nashville, TN. She's been employed by the NWS for over 20 years and has previously worked at the NWS offices in Amarillo, Memphis, and Huntsville. Krissy Hurley, welcome to the show!
WeatherBrains 868: Dynamic County Clipping
Tonight's Guest WeatherBrain is the Research Meteorologist for the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere at Colorado State University, and works from home in Enid, Oklahoma. He earned is B. S. in Meteorology at SUNY Oswego in 1986 and his M. S. in Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University in 1988. Throughout his 34-year career, currently contracted with the National Weather Service (NWS) Meteorological Development Laboratory (MDL), he has been at the forefront of the research-to-operations (R2O) process of new technology for improving NWS severe weather and tornado warnings. He was a NWA Board of Directors member from 2016-2018, and coordinator of the NWA Research Operations Nexus (RON) Meetups between 2015-2020. Greg Stumpf, welcome to the show!
WeatherBrains 867: Cat Butt
Tonight's show is a suggestion of friend of the podcast Chris White. We are pleased to welcome the producers of the Across the Sky podcast. Meteorologist Kirsten Lang joins us from Tulsa Word. Meteorologist Joseph Martucci is a meteorologist for the Atlantic City Press and is on the show with us tonight. Last but certainly not least, it's a pleasure to welcome Sean Sublette on tonight's podcast. He's a familiar face with many years of service with Climate Central. He's now the Chief Meteorologist at Richmond Times-Dispatch.
WeatherBrains 866: Sharing Earwax
Tonight's show comes to you from the NWA Annual Meeting in Pittsburg, PA. The panel presents several contributors of this year's conference along with our regular contributors. Thanks for listening!
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You have my rapt attention every Monday evening. I first started listing just because I was interested in tornadoes but I learn something new about weather every week. The discussions are fascinating to me, no matter who the guests are.I also appreciate your levelheaded insights and knowledge. I love the non-political, comfortable, easy and humorous conversation between the regulars. And James, I bought weather radios for my family for Christmas, even though we don’t live in the Plains or Deep South (Betsy Kling is my fave where I live). Enjoy all of you so much.
I so thoroughly enjoy this podcast. I’m a truck driver and I also have a background in weather myself from the army and love listening to this as I’m traveling the states. I love all the interesting topics and funny antics that make me laugh along the way. I hope this podcast can last forever! -David W.
Makes me feel normal for being a weather nerd. Great guests, great hosts. The honorable James Spann with a cast ranging from Bill Murray (no not that one), Nate, and Aubrey. Guests including storm chasers, NWS employees both past and present, and those who were directly involved in the storm. I can’t recommend this enough! It’s a great watch and listen.
Ps. Can Bill’s random hotel background be a cast member officially