In This Episode
- Guest: Dr. Elizabeth Austin, Forensic Meteorologist, President and Founder of WeatherExtreme, Ltd. and Author, Treading on Thin Air.
- Lightning Round: Name That TV Tune
- The team discusses the general public’s understanding of their local geography when it comes to weather forecasts and storm warnings
- Weather Fools: We share what some people are doing in severe weather situations
- WxResources: We provide some great sites, apps and equipment
- Listener Questions and Comments
- Upcoming scheduled guests for 2017
Storm Front Freaks RAW – Unedited video of our podcast shows with all the behind the scenes footage during our breaks (PG-13 for possible language)
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Dr. Elizabeth Austin, Forensic Meteorologist, President and Founder of WeatherExtreme, Ltd., and Author of Treading on Thin Air
Dr. Elizabeth Austin is a world-renowned atmospheric physicist and the founder and president of WeatherExtreme Ltd. She is one of the foremost experts on the worldwide impact of weather and extreme weather. She is also regarded as one of the world’s leading forensic meteorologists, Elizabeth’s expert witness experience includes civil and criminal cases – state and Federal actions in the U.S. and Worldwide. She has worked and counseled on well over 1,500 cases –ranging from aviation, wildfires, auto accidents, agriculture, kite surfing, boating, avalanches, skiing accidents and tornadoes and hurricanes. Elizabeth has acted as personal advisor and climate & weather expert for such distinguished clients as NASA, Federal Express, Air France, Rockwell Collins, Time Warner, Southern California Edison, The United Nations and the Department of Justice to mention a few.
- WeatherExtreme, Ltd. Website: http://weatherextreme.com
- Elizabeth Austin Website: http://www.drelizabethaustin.tv/
Knowing Your Geography for Weather Forecasts and Storm Warnings
Weather Fools Links
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Opening and Closing Music: Andrew Slotta