WeatherBrains Episode 246 is now online (October 11, 2010). If you are crazy about weather, this is THE netcast audio program for you!
Our guest WeatherBrain this week is Andy Bailey, who has been a meteorologist with the National Weather Service for 17 years and is currently the Warning Coordination Meteorologist (WCM) at the NWS office in Kansas City, MO. His activities are aimed at making the office’s forecast and warning programs more effective. Additionally, he is an instructor at the International Association of Assembly Manager’s Academy for Venue Safety and Security where he instructs venue managers on hazardous weather threats specific to large event venues. Andy has twice received his agencies highest award, the Department of Commerce Gold Medal, for Distinguished Achievement in the Federal Service. Prior to this position, he served as WCM at the NWS in Las Vegas, NV, General and Senior Forecaster at the NWS in Rapid City, SD and Intern at the NWS in Des Moines, IA. Prior to joining the National Weather Service Andy was employed with a private meteorological firm in Madison WI, and an ABC affiliate in Iowa.
Our guest panelist is Shane Smith, Morning Meteorologist at WOAY-TV in Oak Hill, WV.
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