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Meteorologists Ari Sarsalari and Jonathan Erdman talk with producer Niki Budnick about why thunderstorms are so hard to forecast. When should you cancel that hike? Then, the trio wax philosophical about the weirdness that was May.
Meteorologist Kait Parker and meteorologist Linda Lam go in depth on Tropical Storm Bertha's five hour lifespan and what it means for the upcoming hurricane season (1:11). Then, weather.com's Jan Childs tells us what happened with yesterday's postponed rocket launch. Will it take off this weekend? (6:20)
June 1st marks the official start to hurricane season. Meteorologist Kait Parker has a candid conversation with hurricane chaser Josh Morgerman about why he risks his life to chase hurricanes and how he plans to tackle this season in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Meteorolgist Heather Tesch and producer Niki Budnick speak to Lisa Najarian, the head of the Twin Cities Lyme Foundation (3:07). Lisa believes she has had Lyme disease for over 20 years and speaks out to raise awareness about the disease. She tells her story (3:45) and gives some helpful tips to keep yourself safe from ticks (10:11). Then, meteorologist Chris Dolce fills us in on what weather to expect in the week ahead (1...
Officials warn evacuated residents in one Michigan town that it may take days before they can return home. Meteorologists Domenica Davis and Linda Lam are joined by weather.com reporter, Jan Childs for an update. The newly released Atlantic hurricane season outlook is out, so can we expect a busy season? And the team chat about the Memorial Day weekend forecast if you're planning to celebrate.
Meteorologists Domenica Davis and Linda Lam are joined by weather.com reporter Jan Childs, with the latest on flooding in Midland County, Michigan. Two dams have breached and more are at risk of failure (0:46). Is flooding possible in other parts of the country? (1:40).
Meteorologists Heather Tesch and Linda Lam look at everything you need to know about next week’s weather. (0:50) Then, producer Niki Budnick fills us in on a potential humanitarian crisis in Bangladesh. (10:50) Later, Niki speaks with meteorologist Bob Henson about how coronavirus is affecting your forecast (12:51).
Meteorologists Kait Parker and Linda Lam talk about the potential early start to hurricane season for the East Coast. Could we see Arthur in the coming days off the coast of Florida or the Southeast coast? Then, weather.com reporter Jan Childs looks at how the Philippines dealt with evacuations in the midst of Typhoon Vongfong and the coronavirus pandemic.
It may not have felt like one of the hottest April's on record for the United States, but the rest of the world was sweltering. Meteorologists Kait Parker, Jonathan Erdman and Bob Henson talk about what NOAA's State of the Climate report for April means for the global climate going forward. Then, the trio take a look at what's coming in June.
Hurricane season could get off to an early start this weekend on the Southeast coast. Meteorologists Domenica Davis and Linda Lam explain how a pattern change is helping to kick the tropics into gear. And in a world with coronavirus, weather.com reporter Jan Childs brings invaluable ideas to prepare for evacuations from a major storm event.
A soaking rain coming to Florida this weekend could help battle wildfires. And an extreme weather pattern is setting up for Mother's Day weekend that will shatter dozens of temperature records and wring out strange May snow in the interior Northeast. Meteorologists Domenica Davis and Linda Lam break down what you need to know, and weather.com reporter Jan Childs joins the conversation with the story behind the Sk...
The unusual weather across the United States continues, along the East Coast in particular. Meteorologist Kait Parker talks with weather.com reporter Jan Childs about the wildfires that have been burning through parts of Florida. Also, meteorologist Linda Lam discusses the snow that the Northeast and parts of the Midwest can expect this weekend.
Water levels on the Great Lakes remain at near-record or record high values and are expected to stay there through the summer. Meteorologists Kait Parker, Jonathan Erdman and Tom Niziol talk about the impacts communities and cities on the Great Lakes could experience this year. Plus, the trio talk about the potential impacts of climate change on Great Lakes coastal cities in the near future.
A much colder pattern is settling in across the East and Midwest that may smash dozens of records during Mother's Day weekend. Meteorologists Domenica Davis and Linda Lam dig into the forecast and weather.com reporter Jan Childs joins with perspective from the Sunshine State.
As we roll into May, it’s starting to feel like spring. Meteorologists Kait Parker and Linda Lam talk about which parts of the country are warming up and which ones are setting records. Then, weather.com reporter Jan Childs joins to discuss how to stay safe from COVID-19 while taking advantage of the spring weather.
A threat of severe weather returns to the South, and even the Northeast will face thunderstorms and dangerous winds later in the week. Weather Channel meteorologists Domenica Davis and Linda Lam give the latest.
After a day of deadly tornadoes in the Southern Plains, storms are headed to the South. Join meteorologists Kait Parker and Linda Lam for a discussion on the biggest threats these storms will bring. Then, weather.com deputy managing editor Sean Breslin steps in to discuss why Wednesday’s tornadoes were like nothing we’ve seen so far in 2020.
The northeast faces thunderstorms, and the south once again has severe weather ahead. Weather Channel meteorologists Domenica Davis and Jonathan Erdman join weather.com reporter Jan Childs to discuss what's ahead.
Just one week after the Easter weekend severe outbreak, dangerous weather once again threatens the South. Weather Channel meteorologists Linda Lam and Jonthan Belles analyze the forecast.
It's official: The Weather Channel's 2020 hurricane forecast is out, and it predicts an active season. Weather Channel meteorologists Kait Parker and Jonathan Erdman are joined by weather.com reporter Jan Childs to discuss what it means -- especially for Florida.
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