SFF #23 - You Get the Runza When You Eat It

March 25, 2017
00:0000:00

In This Episode

  • Guest: Kory Hartman, Storm Chaser and Owner, SevereStudios.com
  • National Weather Podcast Month Guest Co-Host: Bill Murray, Weather Brains
  • Lightning Round: Think Like a Freak-Famous Food Dishes in Tornado and Dixie Alley
  • Titan U Minute with Chris Sanner: Models and Severe Weather
  • The team discusses how to get live storm footage to the public masses if we know they’re more likely to act.
  • Brady’s Storm School: Pollen Forecasting
  • Weather Fools: We share the foolish things people do in bad weather situations
  • Wx Resources: We provide some great weather sites, apps and equipment
  • Our next guest

Our Guest

Kory Hartman, Storm Chaser and Owner of SevereStudios.com

  • A former television and radio studio engineer, Kory combined his love of weather and experience in the broadcast industry to help create Severe Studios Inc. As owner of the storm video broker, Kory coordinates and represents a team of over 60 professional storm chasers, including himself, who cover severe storms for local and national networks like The Weather Channel and CNN.

@koryhartman on Twitter

@severestudios on Twitter

@severestudios2 on Facebook

www.SevereStreaming.com

Sponsor:  www.WeatherProShop.com of Severe Weather Center

Titan U Minute with Chris Sanner:  www.TorndaoTitans.com

Weather Fools Links

WxResources Links

Submit your questions or comments about this show to questions@stormfrontfreaks.com and we may read it on our next episode!

Weather Brains Podcast can be found at www.weatherbrains.com

March is National Weather Podcast Month.  We are joined by 7 other weather podcasts in a month of great programming and co-host crossovers!  Find the National Weather Podcast Month logo on our website for more information.

Next episode, our guest will be Storm Chaser and NWS Research Meteorologist, Gabe Garfield!

Credits

Opening and Closing Music:  Andrew Slotta

SFF #22 - Drag Racing in a Prius?

March 11, 2017
00:0000:00

In This Episode

  • Guest: Reed Timmer, Extereme Meteorolgist with AccuWeather
  • National Weather Podcast Month Guest Co-Host: Dakota Smith, The Weather Junkies
  • Lightning Round: Who Want’s To Be A Millionaire-Insects
  • NEW Titan U Minute with Chris Sanner: The Cap
  • The team discusses disparity between people in weather for the science and people in weather for business and money.
  • Brady’s Storm School: Astronomical vs Meteorological Spring
  • Weather Fools: We share the foolish things people do in bad weather situations
  • Wx Resources: We provide some great weather sites, apps and equipment
  • Our next guest

Our Guest

Reed Timmer, Extreme Meteorologist for AccuWeather

  • Reed is a meteorologist and storm chaser who starred on Discovery Channel’s reality television series Storm Chasers. He previously starred in the documentary film Tornado Glory and subsequently the TV series Tornado Chasers following the cancellation of the Discovery Channel show. Reed graduated with his Ph.D. in Meteorology from Oklahoma University in the spring of 2015 and currently storm chases for AccuWeather.

@ReedTimmerAccu on Twitter

@ReedTimmerAccu on Facebook

Sponsor: www.SevereStreaming.com of Severe Studios

Titan U Minute with Chris Sanner: www.TorndaoTitans.com

Discussion Topic Links

CNBC-Weather Services Become Big Business

Sponsor: www.WeatherProShop.com of Severe Weather Center

Weather Fools Links

WxResources Links

Submit your questions or comments about this show to questions@stormfrontfreaks.com and we may read it on our next episode!

The Weather Junkies Podcast can be found at www.theweatherjunkies.com

March is National Weather Podcast Month. We are joined by 7 other weather podcasts in a month of great programming and co-host crossovers! Find the National Weather Podcast Month logo on our website for more information.

Next episode, our guest will be Storm Chaser and Owner of Severe Studios, Kory Hartman and we’ll have a guest co-host from the Weather Brains podcast, Bill Murray.

Credits

Opening and Closing Music: Andrew Slotta