WeatherBrains 369: I See Weird Things

| February 17, 2013 @ 11:00 pm

WeatherBrains Episode 369 is now online (February 18, 2013). If you are crazy about weather, this is THE netcast audio program for you!

This week’s guests are Chris Weldon, maker of the StormPins app, and meteorologist Andrew Kozak of KTUL in Tulsa, whose hand drawn weather graphics went viral a few weeks ago.

Our email bag officer, Nate Johnson, is continuing to handle the incoming messages from our listeners.

From The Weather Center:

WeatherBrains 101: 101 continues a series on Dual Polarization radar and this week we begin a look at the application of the new products from dual polarization sites in various situations. This week it’s a look at winter weather.

TWIWH: Bill Murray looks back at the week of February 18th.

Listener SurveyListener Surveys: Okay, we continue to drive this topic into the ground, but we really do like to hear from you. Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to fill out the Listener Survey. The survey takes just a minute or two to complete and provides us with an opportunity to learn where you are and hear your thoughts and comments on the show. Click here to take the survey.

Picks of the Week:

Nate Johnson – New AMS app for iPhone and iPad

Kevin Selle – GridIt By Cocoon… backpack/computer bag organizer

James Spann – Toaster that prints a weather forecast on your morning toast.

Andrew Kozak – Weather quiz for kids

The WeatherBrains crew includes your host, James Spann, plus other notable geeks like Nate Johnson, and Kevin Selle. They bring together a wealth of weather knowledge and experience for another fascinating netcast about weather.

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James Spann is one of the most recognized and trusted television meteorologists in the industry. He holds the AMS CCM designation and television seals from the AMS and NWA. He is a past winner of the Broadcast Meteorologist of the Year from both professional organizations.

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