Facebook is not living up to its potential as a weather communication tool. Its reach is limited, and it's prone to disseminating out of date and non-credible information.
This is essentially the weather community's version of Sunday morning talk shows like "Meet the Press" or "Face the Nation".
I can say the movie was quite entertaining. It opens in theaters August 8.
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"Into the Storm", the first big budget tornado disaster flick since Twister in 1996, opens in theaters August 8.
Two broadcast meteorologists in Oklahoma City were delivering their morning forecasts when a 4.3-magnitude tremor rocked their recording studios.
The movie and twitter event of the summer are a mere seven weeks away: Sharknado 2, The Second One debuts July 30 on SyFy.
The internet is no stranger to over the top, fear-mongering weather forecasts. But today's UK Daily Express published the most hyperbolic forecast I've encountered.
The Weather Channel's headline for a below average hurricane season outlook: "NOAA Report: Hurricane Forecast May Shock You"
When TV stations break in and suspend programming for weather, they frequently get nasty feedback from viewers. An anchor in South Dakota would have none of it.