Episode #186: Raindrops And Wind Turbines

What is the physics that “shapes” Earth’s raindrops and how will the same physics do the same in other parts of the universe? Also, why has Cleveland’s Great Lakes Science Center Wind Turbine stopped moving? You will discover why in this episode along with the Cliff Notes version of the history of windmills.

Here is Professor James Blyth’s first electricity generating wind turbine in Scotland in 1887.

Do you have a weather or science question? I’d love to hear from you! You can be a part of a future episode by calling The WeatherJazz® Podcast Audience Connect Line ANYTIME!

Become a
WeatherJazz Supporter!

CLICK HERE!

Posted in Episodes by Andre Bernier. Comments Off on Episode #186: Raindrops And Wind Turbines

Episode #185: Summer Weather Outlook 2021

Meteorologist Scott Sabol joins me to examine the nuances of the 2021 Summer Outlook, not only for the Ohio Valley, but for the entire USA!

(Apologies up front – regarding the sound quality on the Zoom call interview with Scott. I have some new high-end equipment that needs to be properly interfaced with Zoom. While you can easily enjoy everything discussed, it does not live up to my high audio quality standards. Rest assured, I’m working on it diligently! Thank you for your grace!)

Click HERE to see Scott’s blog post on HOW seasonal forecasts are developed.

Do you have a weather or science question? I’d love to hear from you! You can be a part of a future episode by calling The WeatherJazz® Podcast Audience Connect Line ANYTIME!

Become a
WeatherJazz Supporter!

CLICK HERE!

Posted in General by Andre Bernier. Comments Off on Episode #185: Summer Weather Outlook 2021

Episode #184: A Tough Ski Season

Here is the sun’s loop eruption captured where there were no sunspots!

Thankfully, a great snowfall year for the USA’s ski season helped to limit the financial damage done by the COVID-19 situation, but suffice to say, most areas suffered financial loss. Let’s take a closer look at nearby Vermont thanks to a story from VTDigger.com back on April 6th.

Do you have a weather or science question? I’d love to hear from you! You can be a part of a future episode by calling The WeatherJazz® Podcast Audience Connect Line ANYTIME!

Become a
WeatherJazz Supporter!

CLICK HERE!

Posted in General by Andre Bernier. Comments Off on Episode #184: A Tough Ski Season

Episode #183: The Not-So-Normal April

Let’s look back at the “goofy” month of April to discover that it really wasn’t as “normal” as some of the numbers suggest. We’ll also look ahead at the drivers for the next few weeks.

This is dawn breaking in caribou, Maine at 4:14 AM!

Here is the new 8-14 Day outlook from the NWS/NOAA:

Do you have a weather or science question? I’d love to hear from you! You can be a part of a future episode by calling The WeatherJazz® Podcast Audience Connect Line ANYTIME!

Become a
WeatherJazz Supporter!

CLICK HERE!

Posted in General by Andre Bernier. Comments Off on Episode #183: The Not-So-Normal April

Episode #182: Open Line Friday

Let’s have some FUN today by heading to the WeatherJazz® Podcast Audience Connect Line where the audience shared creative ways that they dealt with and/or remembered late-season snowfalls. Also, I’ll share my segment on WKJA-FM 91.9 (Heartfelt Radio) this morning when I shared a rather unique Friday music request.

Do you have a weather or science question? I’d love to hear from you! You can be a part of a future episode by calling The WeatherJazz® Podcast Audience Connect Line ANYTIME!

Become a
WeatherJazz Supporter!

CLICK HERE!

Posted in General by Andre Bernier. Comments Off on Episode #182: Open Line Friday

Episode #181: Late-Season Snow Stats

Now that the snow is done, let’s start assessing how this all fits in with April climatology.

Do you have a weather or science question? I’d love to hear from you! You can be a part of a future episode by calling The WeatherJazz® Podcast Audience Connect Line ANYTIME!

Become a
WeatherJazz Supporter!

CLICK HERE!

Posted in Episodes by Andre Bernier. Comments Off on Episode #181: Late-Season Snow Stats

Episode #180: Waiting For The Snow

Today’s special Tuesday edition of WeatherJazz® focuses on the upcoming late-season snowfall we anticipate in the Ohio Valley. FOX 8 morning meteorologist Scott Sabol joins me to discuss the context of this upcoming snowfall that puts it in a somewhat rare category!

Do you have a weather or science question? I’d love to hear from you! You can be a part of a future episode by calling The WeatherJazz® Podcast Audience Connect Line ANYTIME!

Become a
WeatherJazz Supporter!

CLICK HERE!

Posted in General by Andre Bernier. Comments Off on Episode #180: Waiting For The Snow

Episode #179: Old Man Winter Ain’t Done

It may be a beautiful Monday morning, but a late-season snowy system threatens to make life challenging in the Ohio Valley on Wednesday. Let’s explore the details in Episode #179. My plan is to release a special Tuesday edition of WeatherJazz® tomorrow with FOX 8 morning meteorologist Scott Sabol as details of the next snowy system come into better focus.

Surface forecast map animation:

Snowfall forecast (GFS, Kuchera solution)

I’m planning on releasing a special Tuesday edition of WeatherJazz® with Scott Sabol by noon on Tuesday.

Do you have a weather or science question? I’d love to hear from you! You can be a part of a future episode by calling The WeatherJazz® Podcast Audience Connect Line ANYTIME!

Become a
WeatherJazz Supporter!

CLICK HERE!

Posted in General by Andre Bernier. Comments Off on Episode #179: Old Man Winter Ain’t Done