Weather: Storm Front Freaks Podcast
#77 Guest: Jessica Lebel - Pimped Out Weather Beast

#77 Guest: Jessica Lebel - Pimped Out Weather Beast

April 21, 2019

In This Episode

  • Guest: Jessica Lebel, Meteorologist KDVR-31 and KWGN-2 Denver, CO
  • Tracker Chat with the Tornado Trackers – Tornadoes That Shaped Us Part 3
  • Lightning Round: Colorado or Arizona Movie
  • Tornado Talk with Jen Narramore – 2011 Hackleburg-Phil Campbell EF5
  • #WeatherFools-We present the fools doing stupid things in weather situations
  • Wx Resources-We share some great sites, equipment, books, etc.
  • Who will be our next guest?

Brought to you by Extreme Tornado Tours at www.extremetornadotours.com

Our Guest

Jessica Lebel, Meteorologist KDVR-31 and KWGN-2 Denver, CO

Jessica Lebel is a Meteorologist for KDVR-31 and KWGN-2 in her native Denver, CO.  After TV stints in Grand Junction and Colorado Springs, she returned to Denver in 2017.

Lebel earned her bachelor’s degree in atmospheric science from the University of Kansas, with an emphasis in news media forecasting.

Follow Jessica on social media:

Atmosphere Weather App is the Official Weather App of the Storm Front Freaks on iOS and Android

To learn more about the Tornado Trackers visit them at www.TornadoTrackers.org

Visit Helicity.co for our Storm Front Freaks lineup of merchandise.  Use code: SFF at check-out for 5% off your entire order

Get hooked on tornado history at www.TornadoTalk.com

Weather Fools Links:

Wx Resources Links:

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

Next episode (78), we’ll have John Moss from the new Fantasy Weather Battle (Fantasy Forecasting Contests) app.

Credits

  • Opening Music: Brett Epstein
  • Closing Music: Gabe Cox
  • Other Music: “Pecos Hank” Schyma from El Reno Blues
#76 Guest: Mace Michaels - As Always, Always

#76 Guest: Mace Michaels - As Always, Always

April 7, 2019

In This Episode

  • Guest: Mace Michaels, Meteorologist for the Minnesota Twins, WeatherNation and Severe Studios
  • Tracker Chat with the Tornado Trackers – Tornadoes That Shaped Us Part 2
  • Question of the Week: Is The Weather Channel responsible for the deaths of Corbin Jaeger, Kelley Williamson and Randy Yarnall?
  • Lightning Round: Lightning Hi or Lo
  • Tornado Talk with Jen Narramore – 1974 Xenia, OH F5
  • #WeatherFools-We present the fools doing stupid things in weather situations
  • Who will be our next guest?

Brought to you by Extreme Tornado Tours at www.extremetornadotours.com

Our Guest

Mace Michaels, Meteorologist Minnesota Twins Baseball, WeatherNation, SevereStudios

Mace Michaels is a Meteorologist for the Minnesota Twins, WeatherNation and Severe Studios. His 30 years in broadcasting have taken him all across the Midwest and in the South. His first TV Meteorology job was in Wausau, WI, followed by stops in Grand Rapids, MI, Fort Myers, FL, Tampa, FL, Cedar Rapids, IA, Minneapolis, MN and then across the country on WeatherNation.

With a Bacherlor’s degree in Meteorology from the University of North Dakota, Mace is also an AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and winner of two regional Emmy awards for Hurricane and Winter Storm coverage.

Follow Mace on social media:

Atmosphere Weather App is the Official Weather App of the Storm Front Freaks on iOS and Android

To learn more about the Tornado Trackers visit them at www.TornadoTrackers.org

Visit Helicity.co for our Storm Front Freaks lineup of merchandise. Use code: SFF at check-out for 5% off your entire order

Question of the Week

Question of the Week Link: Three storm chasers died in a violent Texas collision. One mother now blames the Weather Channel

Tornado Talk

Get hooked on tornado history at www.TornadoTalk.com

Weather Fools Links:

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

Next episode (77), we’ll have FOX-KDVR, Denver Meteorologist Jessica Lebel as part of our “Coast to Coast with your Favorite TV Meteorologists” series.

Credits

  • Opening Music: Brett Epstein
  • Closing Music: Gabe Cox
  • Other Music: “Pecos Hank” Schyma from El Reno Blues