Fresh Podcast Online

We just recorded a new podcast and it’s online.  Someone asked me yesterday “what is a podcast?”.  Yes, she was over 40 like me.  I didn’t know what a podcast was until about 5 years ago either.  It’s a fancy word for “an audio clip that you can get off the web”.  In this case it’s like a 25 minute radio segment.  And the bonus is you can download it to a listening device such as a phone…I listen to them in my care (via phone) on the way home.

Episode #16 of the Northwest Weather Podcast was a fun one to produce.  We talked about one of the warmest Septembers on record and the big time cool down October is bringing.  Plus, the first mountain snow of the season, super volcanoes, and where the bus-sized dead satellite fell.  Both Stephanie and Sophie dropped by…in Sophie’s case she was hungry and we were between her and her food.  And did you know one big Oregon beach town was named by a group of schoolchildren?

We also have a great interview with Oregon AMS President Steve Pierce.  He’s on the show to talk about the big Winter Weather Conference coming up on October 29 from 10:00 AM -12:00 PM.

A link to the podcast itself is here.

108 Responses to Fresh Podcast Online

  1. Karl Bonner says:

    Was it a sloppy mistake or did the news deliberately give us a cliffhanger this evening by failing to fully update the 7-day this afternoon? A high of 60 or 63 under a bright mid-October sun doesn’t really deserve the WARM caption, and it so happens that the chart was conveniently unupdated almost all this evening.

  2. I just had to say it’s been mainly dry today…now it’s pouring and up to 0.24″ for the day.

  3. marinersfan85 says:

    I’ve really enjoyed seeing blue on the radar again. Can’t wait for that the blue to work its way lower in elevation.

  4. Muxpux says:

    Time lapse from earlier. Experimented with the color saturation

  5. Taking a look at the first 11 days of October:

    My average high is running 17 degrees colder than September

    My average low is running 0.8 degrees warmer than September.

    That’s a shock to the system!

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