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Station Scientists: Beyond the Daily Forecast

Updated: 12/04/2008 - The job of a broadcast meteorologist is a busy one. Just ask Mike Buresh, chief meteorologist for CBS47 and FOX30 TV in Jacksonville, Florida.

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Hunting Gustav: A Broadcast Meteorologist's Diary

Updated: 12/04/2008 - Our entire world extends only 10 feet in any direction and ends in an impenetrable gray wall of torrential tropical rain. It is Monday, September 1, 2008, at 3:15 p.m. CDT. We are driving near Jennings, Louisiana, through a thunderstorm feeder band close to the decaying eyewall of Hurricane Gustav, heading back to KPLC-TV in Lake Charles, Louisiana. We have with us video footage of exploding electric lines, trees bending in hurricane force winds, and roads that look more like rivers.

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December Cold

Posted: 12/04/2008 - Although most of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic will be precipitation free Friday, lake effect will pile up the snow totals in northwest Pennsylvania, southwest New York and northern New York east of Lake Ontario.

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Hurricane Season Ends

Posted: 12/01/2008 - Sunday marked the final official day of the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season.

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'Forcast Earth' Iced at The Weather Channel

Updated: 11/24/2008 - NBC Universal made the first of potentially several rounds of staffing cuts at The Weather Channel (TWC) on Wednesday, axing the entire staff of the “Forecast Earth” environmental program during the middle of NBC’s “Green Week”, as well as several on-camera meteorologists.

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Global Warming's Killing Frost?

Updated: 11/24/2008 - You may have noticed, in fact, that Al and his pals, having given up on the sun, no longer even warning of global warming. Now it’s “climate change.”

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Himalaya Glaciers - Climate vs Local Pollution

Posted: 11/24/2008 - A report by the UN Environment Program had claimed that the cause of the melting glaciers was not global warming but the local warming effect of a vast “atmospheric brown cloud” hanging over that region, made up of soot particles from Asia’s dramatically increased burning of fossil fuels and deforestation.

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Look to Sunspots - Not Carbon Dioxide - to Predict Climate Cycles

Updated: 11/20/2008 - Over the last few years, the evidence that sunspots on our sun are directly related to climate change on earth has been steadily increasing. In contrast the argument that man-made carbon dioxide (CO2) is causing warming does not fit the facts at all.

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