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Episode #126: Blue Sound

October 20, 2020

Over my recent long weekend, I visited with my cousin, Judy, and her husband Jeff. They recently moved from Pittsburgh to Sneads Ferry, North Carolina, less than a mile away from Topsail Beach along the Atlantic Ocean. We spend quite a bit of time walking the beach, enjoying the sounds and smells of the ocean. […]

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Episode #125: Lunar-Martian Dance

October 18, 2020

My new WeatherJazz® Audience Connect line is: 234-525-5888. Call anytime you have a comment or topic suggestion! There’s a new way to become a supporter of this podcast. This is a direct way for this audience to secure more frequent episodes as well as expand the topic base in the future. I thank you ahead […]

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Episode #124: Five Planets

September 25, 2020

Check out tonight’s sky! Out of the five planets visible in the sky at the same time, three of them are easy “naked-eye” (you don’t need a telescope) objects. My new WeatherJazz® Audience Connect line is: 234-525-5888. Call anytime you have a comment or topic suggestion! There’s a new way to become a supporter of […]

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Episode #123: Don Kent (Part 2)

September 18, 2020

Meteorologist Don Kent pioneered the craft of television meteorology in the 1940s and 1950s. I had the great honor of interviewing Don back in 2009 for one of WeatherJazz’s premiere episodes. This is part two of my 2009 interview with Don with the purpose of appreciating the groundwork that he established in the early and […]

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Episode #122: Don Kent (Part 1)

September 8, 2020

On Episode #121, I introduced you to WBZ-TV-4, Boston’s newest meteorologist, Jacob Wycoff. I mentioned a couple of former WBZ-4 meteorologists during that conversation. One of them, Don Kent, pioneered the craft of television meteorology in the 1940s and 1950s. I had the great honor of interviewing Don back in 2009 for one of WeatherJazz’s […]

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Episode #121: Jacob Wycoff, WBZ-4, Boston

August 31, 2020

Congratulations to Jacob Wycoff on landing a dream job at one of Boston’s premiere television news outlets, WBZ-TV-4! Jacob is one of those young aspiring meteorology students that I watched as he earned his degree in meteorology, then slowly found himself in the right place at the right time. Many years ago, I had the […]

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Episode #120: Hurricane Laura

August 27, 2020

Hurricane Laura made landfall in the early morning hours of Thursday. Here’s a special WeatherJazz® update. The links and videos I made reference to are below. National Hurricane Center LINK ADDED: Lake Charles, Louisiana’s NEXRAD Dropper Radar was completely destroyed by Hurricane Laura’s winds: My new WeatherJazz® Audience Connect line is: 234-525-5888. Call anytime you […]

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Episode #119: Rainbows

August 24, 2020

Why don’t we ever seem to see rainbows at high noon? There’s a great reason for that! Let’s explore the relationship between the sun angle and rainbows in today’s episode of WeatherJazz®. Here is the photo to which I made reference in the podcast: My new WeatherJazz® Audience Connect line is: 234-525-5888. Call anytime you […]

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