A podcast that explores the people, artifacts, and events related to weather!
The T28 with Tom Warner
In this episode we discuss the T28 storm penetrating aircraft with the pilot - Tom Warner.
2020 Hurricane Season : Chanelle Stigger (pt.2)
For Part II, we interview Chanelle once again, but this time, to discuss the humans behind the forecast at NWS Lake Charles.
2020 Hurricane Season : Chanelle Stigger
Today, Dr. Elizabeth Smith is joined by Chanelle Stigger, a forecaster with the National Weather Service Lake Charles, Louisiana Weather Forecast Office to talk about the 2020 hurricane season in a special two-part episode.
The 2020 Hurricane Season was one for the record books! 30 named storms - including seven using letters from the Greek alphabet - formed in the Atlantic, breaking the previous record of 27 set in 2005. The 13 hurricanes and six major hurricanes in 2020 are both the second most on record behind 2005. 12 named U.S. storm continental landfalls occurred during 2020, breaking the previous annual record of nine landfalls set in 1916. Six hurricanes made U.S. landfall, tying 1886 and 1985 for the most U.S. hurricane landfalls in a single season.
Weather Events of 2020: Pat Hyland
Join us today as we review the notable weather events that impacted the United States during 2020.
Lightning! : Dr. Vanna Chmielewski
Lightning is one of the oldest observed natural phenomena on Earth, yet atmospheric physicists and meteorologists alike have grappled for years regarding the mechanisms by which clouds become electrified in order to produce these sparks of electricity that can rocket through the atmosphere at 186,000 miles per second. On this episode we discuss that and more with Dr. Vanna Chmielewski, Research Scientist with OU-CIMMS and NOAA-NSSL.
The Tornadoes of 2011: Don Burgess
The tornadoes of 2011 is the largest, costliest, and one of the deadliest outbreaks on record. Who better to discuss the tornadoes of 2011 than an individual with an encyclopedic knowledge of severe weather, dates, and events, a true severe weather historian.
I absolutely love it
I love this podcast I love learning about weather and astronomy I just think you should definitely make more tornado podcasts