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Episode #181: Late-Season Snow Stats

April 21, 2021

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!

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Episode #180: Waiting For The Snow

April 20, 2021

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 […]

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Episode #179: Old Man Winter Ain’t Done

April 19, 2021

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 […]

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Episode #178: Little Free Libraries – Part 3

April 16, 2021

Today’s Open Line episode is the concluding episode on Little Free Libraries. Today, we visit with the caretaker of a LFL that is as far north as anyone can go in the eastern USA, a town called Fort Kent, Maine. Do you have a weather or science question? I’d love to hear from you! You […]

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Episode #177: Flying A Helicopter On Mars

April 14, 2021

Flying a helicopter drone on Mars is no easy task! The most important hurdle to clear is the fact that the Martian atmosphere is very, very, very thin compared to Earth’s rich, life-giving atmosphere. Jaakko Karras is a robotics electrical engineer with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and he joined me for this episode of WeatherJazz® […]

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Episode #176: Cinnamon Bun In The Sky

April 12, 2021

This is the time of year when cool-cold cut-off low pressure systems frequently pay NEOhio a visit. These systems look like giant, glazed cinnamon buns on the visible satellite images! Because they move slowly, the cool, showery pattern typically lasts 1-2+ days. Click on the image above to expand the high-resolution image. It’s just one […]

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Episode #175: Little Free Libraries – Part 2

April 9, 2021

Let’s get to know Jarrett Lerner, an author of books who seeks out Little Free Libraries as a portal to share his talent! This is Part 2 of a 3-part series on the phenomenon of Little Free Libraries. CLICK HERE  to visit Jarrett’s web site. Become a WeatherJazz Supporter! CLICK HERE!

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Episode #174: Feeling The Pressure

April 7, 2021

What would happen if you took your home barometer and brought it to the surface of every solar system planet? This was the question I found myself asking after reading about the new Martian drone whose blades will have to spin far faster to get the lift it needs to become airborne. Let’s explore the […]

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