Gannon embraces the summer humidity by exploring the science of dew and the challenges of August rain forecasting. Plus: a conversation with the new director of the National Hurricane Center, Dr. Michael Brennan.
See clues as to what the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season may bring, a conversation about storm preparedness from physical, mental, and emotional perspectives, and why the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Rating Scale has glaring shortcomings.
Is late winter too late for a winter wallop in the Carolinas? History says: absolutely not. Gannon revisits two infamous Carolina late winter storms as they hit big anniversaries. Plus: Gannon shootin' the breeze with First Alert Weather's Gabe Ross.
Does the ever-changing Carolina weather really cause your aches and pains? In this episode, Gannon taps an expert to explore this relationship. Plus: some of the ins and outs of cold weather forecasting in the Cape Fear Region.
On this third episode, Gannon breaks down the tendency for La Nina to encourage Atlantic hurricanes in the Forecaster's Notebook. And, in the Photographer's Corner, he explores how to chase and shoot the biggest, boldest rainbows.