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WeatherBrains 459: Millions in the Bulls Eye

Tonight’s Guest WeatherBrain is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement Ground Validation Unit. He received his BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from The Warsaw University of Technology and PhD in Water Resources Engineering from The University of Iowa. Dr. Piotr Domaszczynski, welcome to WeatherBrains.

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WeatherBrains 458: Banner Boy

Joining us for this episode of WeatherBrains is Lee Hutchinson from Ars Technica and Eric Berger, who is the science writer for the Houston Chronicle.

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WeatherBrains 457: Don’t Pull My Ears

Tonight’s Guest WeatherBrain is a show alum, having appeared on show number 300 in 2011. He is an educator at the Warning Decision Training Branch in Norman, OK. He trains meteorologists on how to use radar and satellite data so they may produce more accurate forecasts and warnings. He develops new techniques for combining satellite […]

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WeatherBrains 456: NWA 2014

This week Bill Murray, Rick Smith, Dr. John Scala, and Nate Johnson join us from the 2014 National Weather Association annual meeting in Salt Lake City. Our team is joined by an assortment of great guests from across the weather enterprise.

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WeatherBrains 455: I Generate My Own Backlight

Tonight we talk Weather Apps. But joining us as a guest is Dr. Kevin Kloesel, University Meteorologist at Oklahoma University.

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WeatherBrains 454: I Wasn’t the First Choice?

Tonight’s Guest WeatherBrain is the Program Chair for the upcoming 39th Annual Meeting of the National Weather Association. He is the Science and Operations Officer for the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City, UT. Randy Graham, welcome to WeatherBrains! Randy has all the updates on the National Weather Association Annual Meeting for 2014.

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WeatherBrains 453: Bringing Out the Manure

Tonight’s Guest Panelist forecasts weather on weekend mornings and reports weekdays for KOCO 5 News in Oklahoma City. She joined KOCO 5’s First Alert Storm Team in 2011. Dozier holds the CBM (Certified Broadcast Meteorologist) seal of approval from the American Meteorological Society, the highest professional certification from the nation’s premier organization for broadcast meteorologists. […]

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WeatherBrains 452: My Bulb is Not Connected

Tonight’s Guest Panelist is a senior forecaster at the NWS Forecast Office in Paducah, KY. Chris Noles got his start in weather in 1991 with WeatherData and joined the NWS in 1992. Chris appeared on Episode 328 on May 7, 2012, as the Guest WeatherBrain. He talked about ridiculously large tornado warning polygons. Tonight’s Guest […]

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WeatherBrains 451: Too Much In My Pocket

Tonight, we are honored to have a trio of young meteorologists on the program to talk about their role in weather for their social communities. Karl Schneider is the webmaster for the Huntsville Joint Chapter of the National Weather Association and American Meteorology Society. He is a co-owner of the US Weather Plus website. Lenny […]

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WeatherBrains 450: He’s Been Tested

Tonight’s Guest Panelist is the co-founder and Chief Science Officer for Mano Nanotechnologies, Inc., a New York-based startup company focusing on research and development of advanced environmental sensor technology. He holds advanced degrees in meteorology and atmospheric science from Florida State University with 25 years of experience as a leader in technology and business management. […]