Author Archive: Brian Peters

Brian Peters is one of the television meteorologists at ABC3340 in Birmingham and a retired NWS Warning Coordination Meteorologist. He handles the weekend Weather Xtreme Videos and forecast discussion and is the Webmaster for the popular WeatherBrains podcast.

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Fine Fall Saturday

Fine Fall Saturday

| October 21, 2017 @ 6:49 am

Another warm Fall day for Central Alabama with a good deal of high cirrus clouds to filter the sunshine as highs reach the upper 70s. Sunday will start dry but transition into a wet evening as a cold front approaches with widespread amounts of 2 to 3 inches of rain possible before the rain ends Monday afternoon.

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WeatherBrains 613:  Meteorologists Gone Wild

WeatherBrains 613: Meteorologists Gone Wild

| October 17, 2017 @ 7:41 am

For episode 613 we look back at Hurricane Harvey with the help of the MICs from Houston and Corpus Christi along with the perspective of the Harris County Flood Control District.

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Warm but Turning Much Cooler Monday

Warm but Turning Much Cooler Monday

| October 15, 2017 @ 6:58 am

One final warm day for the next couple of weeks and rain chances will ramp up this afternoon into the overnight hours as a cold front makes a brisk trek across Alabama. Look for much cooler air for Monday afternoon and the morning lows in the 40s by Tuesday morning.

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Warm Today, Sunday, Cooler Monday

Warm Today, Sunday, Cooler Monday

| October 14, 2017 @ 6:51 am

The weekend will be warm as moisture levels climb. A fairly fast moving cold front will bring rain chances to Alabama from Sunday afternoon through Monday morning, but the big news will be the big change in the temperatures by Monday with highs then only in the lower 70s.

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WeatherBrains 612:  Fun with a Chainsaw

WeatherBrains 612: Fun with a Chainsaw

| October 10, 2017 @ 11:24 am

This episode of WeatherBrains corals several meteorologists who traveled to Key West NWS office to help with the workload during the passage of Hurricane Irma.

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