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The Weather Channel Podcast

By The Weather Company, An IBM Business

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Want to go beyond the forecast? Then get ready to experience deep weather topics with the award-winning and trusted scientists and experts at The Weather Channel and weather.com. We also bring you inside the powerful stories that impact real people. Join the conversation on Twitter and Facebook.

Customer Reviews

Learning a TON about weather

I stumbled upon this podcast on stitcher and I’m hooked. I feel like I’m actually learning a ton of things about whether and some of the inner workings of the industry, which is pretty cool. Can’t wait to see you guys talk about the crazy, crazy stuff with tornadoes and hurricanes.

Awesome podcast!

If you're a fan of weather or science in general who's looking to learn more about the field, this is the podcast for you. Ari and Jon are great at discussing the hot-button issues in weather, and I like that they're not afraid to have a little fun, too. Be sure to subscribe to this podcast!

More Weather Less Fluff Please

At first, I was really looking forward to this podcast and Ari delivered with an insider’s analysis of various terminology and weather phenomenon. However, the podcast has since started to shift towards more public interest pieces and less weather.

I think the weather channel is missing a great opportunity to cater to those weather nerds who would like a deeper appreciation of the various weather phenomena that are contributing to the forecast referencing the real time weather of the week or season.

I think if the weather channel thinks they need to keep it fluffy and light to appeal to a broader range of consumers, then they are missing the mark. There is a real niche here for a serious but introductory discussion on topics like sheer and how it effects storms or what does instability mean. Sure, the occasional public interest story could serve to garner interest, but there are already enough podcasts focused on these topics and not enough focused on why the weather is what it is.

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