Everything Under the Sun
4th of July Fireworks and Weather Update
This week Dean DeVore welcomes Will Coss, executive producer of Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks. Will has all the details on the 46th annual Macy's 4th of July Fireworks including the list of performers, the theme and so much more! https://www.macys.com/social/fireworks/https://www.audacy.com/1010wins/news/local/macys-4th-of-july-show-promises-to-light-up-the-nyc-sky
Lightning Safety Awareness
It's National Lightning Safety Awareness Week! This week Dean DeVore welcomes Chris Vagasky, meteorologist and Solutions Manager for North America at Vaisala, Inc. back to the podcast to discuss all things lightning including safety tips and what outdoor activities make you most vulnerable to a lightning strike.
Staying healthy this Summer
This week on the podcast, Dean DeVore welcomes Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor at 1010 WINS back to the show to get updates on Covid, Monkeypox and advice on how to stay healthy this summer and beat the heat!Plus Dean takes a look at the weather for the weekend and week beyond with Meteorologist, Brandon Buckingham.
History's Most Important Weather Forecast
This week Dean DeVore welcomes Liz Bentley, Chief Executive of the Royal Meteorological Society and AccuWeather's Evan Myers to discuss one of the most important weather forecasts in world history. In early June 1944, Allied meteorologists prepared to deliver the final word for the long-awaited D-Day invasion of Normandy. From the AccuWeather.com archives the reporting goes that thousands of lives and the tide of the war depended entirely on teams of Allied meteorologists who determined what constituted suitable weather conditions for the invasion in a small-time window. Years of preparation were at stake, but on June 4, hours before the launch of D-Day operations amid an approaching storm, British Group Captain James Stagg urged General Eisenhower for a last-minute delay. Following Stagg’s advice and the other British forecasters’, Eisenhower postponed the invasion.With a more accurate forecast, Eisenhower would commence the D-Day operations on Tuesday, June 6, 1944 the largest amphibious landing force ever assembled landed on the beaches of Normandy. Plus, Professor Bentley will give us an update on the Royal Meteorological Society's annual 'Weather Photographer of the Year' contest: https://www.rmets.org/weather-photographer-year-2022
Hurricane Season Update
This week Dean DeVore welcomes AccuWeather Meteorologist and Hurricane Expert, Dan Kottlowski and AccuWeather's Lead Long-range Forecaster, Paul Pastelok to the podcast to get an update on this season's hurricane forecast and learn how the long-range forecasts are put together.
Summer Travel Forecast with AAA
This week Dean DeVore welcomes Andrew Gross, Public Relations Manager/Spokesperson at AAA to discuss the summer travel forecast, including the latest information on rising gas prices. https://newsroom.aaa.com/2022/05/the-heat-is-on-memorial-day-forecast-points-to-sizzlin-summer-travel/Dean also previews the AccuWeather holiday weekend forecast including a conversation with Jim Proeller, Executive Producer of AccuWeather's Media Content Team about how you can now watch AccuWeather Now on the home page ofAccuWeather.com.
Wildfires, droughts, energy shortages: a long hot summer ahead
Looks like it's going to be a long hot summer! This week, Dean DeVore welcomes AccuWeather Meteorologists Paul Pastelok and Brett Anderson to discuss wildfires, droughts and energy shortages.Twenty Years of Drought Examinedhttps://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/twenty-years-drought-examined
AccuWeather Premium Plus
This week, Dean DeVore welcomes Matt Vitebsky and Brad Tyson from AccuWeather to chat about the new Premium Plus on the AccuWeather app! Learn about all the new features including hyper-local forecasts and AccuWeather Alerts. Plus chief forecaster Jon Porter takes a look at weekend weather as well as the week ahead!Download the AccuWeather app today, available now in the App Store on iOS andinthe Google Play Store -https://accuweather.onelink.me/dZpv/49183895
Royal Meteorological Society - Weather Photographer of the Year
This week, AccuWeather's Dean DeVore welcomes Liz Bentley, Chief Executive of the Royal Meteorological Society, to discuss their annual 'Weather Photographer of the Year' contest. 'Weather Photographer of the Year', in association withAccuWeather, attracted almost 9,000 photos last year, seen by millions of people across the world, and there are some great prizes on offer as well as bragging rights of course!This year's line-up of judges includes experienced meteorologists, photographers and photo editors. They will look for images that combine photographic skill with meteorological observation and storytelling. To discover the audience favorite, shortlisted entries in the main and mobile competitions will also be put to a public vote in August and September.Visit:https://www.rmets.org/weather-photographer-year-2022Royal Meteorological SocietyThe Royal Meteorological Society is the Learned and Professional Society for weather and climate. Our mission is to promote the understanding and application of meteorology for the benefit of all.