Broadcast meteorologists are arguably the most visible scientists in the world, but few people understand just how much they do, or the technology behind the local weather report.
Basically, the opposite of it what the Farmers' Almanac has called for has occurred.
Through the decades, the all time classic has inspired movie-goers and future meteorologists alike with scenes of a twister vaulting Dorothy's home into the sky over her sleepy Kansas town.
While the film's tornado sequences are thrilling, the science falters - a distraction for anyone who knows a bit about weather.
Conditions are favorable for shark-infested tornadoes in NYC tonight, between 9 and 11 p.m. ET. SyFy will stream the gory spectacle...
CWG's Jason Samenow is the featured guest on WxGeeks, a new talk show on The Weather Channel, that airs Sunday at noon.
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 Its reach is limited, and it's prone to disseminating out of date and non-credible information.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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