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Tag: The Weather Channel

Check Out The Science Behind Ice Storms

The Weather Channel loves making these CGI animations showing you what could happen during extreme weather events.  And a new one has come out, and this one is all about ice storms.  The […]

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See Storm Surge Like You’ve Never Experienced It Before

The folks from The Weather Channel have made another great visualization video!  Storm Surge is a deadly part of any tropical system, and they show you what three feet, six feet, and […]

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Why It Is Time For The National Weather Service To Name Winter Storms

For a few years now, The Weather Channel has been naming Winter storms.  They began the practice because of social media, and it would have been easier to share information about the […]

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Watch Jim Cantore Get Stoked About Thundersnow

A few days ago, The Weather Channel sent Jim Cantore to Plymouth, MA to cover Winter Storm Neptune, yes they are still naming winter storms, I wonder how long until the National Weather […]

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Vote Hub Network / My Little Pony In The Hot List Readers Poll / Plus Spaceballs

It’s time for another year on the Adweek Hot List Readers Poll!  And our friends at the Hub Network wants to make sure you are voting for them in the “Hottest Family […]

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Sunday Discussion: Greg Forbes Cancer Diagnosis / How To Prevent And Be Checked For Cancer

Last week, a popular figure on The Weather Channel announced that he was diagnosed with colon cancer.  Dr. Greg Forbes went into his yearly physical and the doctors found his iron level was […]

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Why I Support DirecTV Dropping The Weather Channel

UPDATE: Get a accurate daily weather forecast anywhere at: https://www.climacell.co/weather/ It’s time for a celebration in the weather geek world!  Last night, DirecTV dropped The Weather Channel.  DirecTV is the biggest satellite television […]

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Sunday Discussion: The 11-17-13 Midwest Severe Weather Outbreak

Today was a rough day across the midwest.  As of this writing, six people have been killed in Illinois and over 70 preliminary tornado reports and over 400 total severe weather were reported […]

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Sunday Discussion: Remembering Tim Samaras And The Storm Chasing Phenomenon

First off, I wanted to talk about a tragic accident that happened along the roads in Oklahoma on May 31st.  Storm chasers Tim Samaras, his son Paul Samaras, and longtime chase partner Carl […]

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