21 Burst results for "Jim Cantore"

"jim cantore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on AP News

"The weather channel says the folks at jeopardy need to get their direction straight a couple of meteorologist at the weather channel have called out jeopardy for what they say is an incorrect response about winter storms the clue was in a 2 week period in 2018 the east coast was walloped by 3 of these storms name from the direction from which they came the jeopardy answer what is a nor Easter not so says Jim Cantore you explain nor'easters usually come barreling up the coast from south to north generally in winter there was no immediate response from jeopardy I surely after

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Oops! Weather Channel has a correction for 'Jeopardy'

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Oops! Weather Channel has a correction for 'Jeopardy'

"The weather channel says the folks at jeopardy need to get their direction straight a couple of meteorologist at the weather channel have called out jeopardy for what they say is an incorrect response about winter storms the clue was in a two week period in twenty eighteen the east coast was walloped by three of these storms name from the direction from which they came the jeopardy answer what is a nor Easter not so says Jim Cantore you explain nor'easters usually come barreling up the coast from south to north generally in winter there was no immediate response from jeopardy I surely after

Jim Cantore
"jim cantore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on AP News

"A couple of meteorologist at the weather channel have called out jeopardy for what they say is an incorrect response about winter storms the clue was in a 2 week period in 2018 the east coast was walloped by 3 of these storms name from the direction from which they came the jeopardy answer what is a nor Easter not so says Jim Cantore you explain nor'easters usually come barreling up the coast from south to north generally in winter there was no immediate response from jeopardy I surely after

Jim Cantore 2 week
Oops! Weather Channel has a correction for 'Jeopardy'

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Oops! Weather Channel has a correction for 'Jeopardy'

"A couple of meteorologist at the weather channel have called out jeopardy for what they say is an incorrect response about winter storms the clue was in a two week period in twenty eighteen the east coast was walloped by three of these storms name from the direction from which they came the jeopardy answer what is a nor Easter not so says Jim Cantore you explain nor'easters usually come barreling up the coast from south to north generally in winter there was no immediate response from jeopardy I surely after

Jim Cantore
'Total devastation': Hurricane slams parts of the Bahamas

Dr. Daliah

06:55 min | 1 year ago

'Total devastation': Hurricane slams parts of the Bahamas

"Will thank heavens hurricane Dorian is finally moving off the Bahamas it just sat there moving like a mile an hour over the whole Bahamas and they got hit really bad there was a life threatening storm surge of up to fifteen feet expected on grand Bahama island and Floridians were freaking out I have family in you know fort Lauderdale and clear water in you know not knowing if the hurricane was going to start moving towards Florida move out to sea I will I am blown away at how they could predict hurricane movement and they predicted that after the bombers it was going to make a right turn I mean it made a beeline it was going to do west I mean street west and then. it's stalled and rather than moving towards Florida is designed to make a right turn and now it is moving up the coast. but still gave huge punches to the Bahamas there's a door is when the tent city has backed off now it's down to a category two I thought I saw just recently was a three still but I think they just downgraded to a two. but now we're worried about the Florida Atlantic coast parts Georgia the Carolinas and even southeast Virginia. and so right now it's still near grand Bahama island the eye wall is pummel the island since Sunday night destructive winds catastrophic storm surge some of the pictures are coming in the Bahamas it is devastated just devastated. it basically had the bombs for over forty eight hours started the apple goes island Sunday morning. settlement point had sustained winds of sixty one miles an hour gusting up to eighty two miles per hour. and right now I believe the speed is down to about a hundred twenty miles per hour of the actual hurricane. and now Florida coast is scenes of destructive damage because of I mean it's about eighty miles from the coast and so you know the waves are huge. beach erosion has already Curtis flats at Flagler beach. National Weather Service weather channel meteorologist Jim Cantore document a damaged homes on Hutchinson island why because of pounding surf squall from out of perfume Dorian continue to wrap into parts of the Florida peninsula. because one visit force winds there now miles an hour arrived at Juno beach Florida. that's going to continue with gusts over sixty miles per hour to Tuesday outer rain bands are also still you know flooding the area and we could possibly have tornadoes along the coast so we have hurricane warnings right now in effect in Florida from Jupiter inlet to punch Verde beach including Mel born in Daytona beach Florida the warning is now but extended to South Carolina from north of at least beach to south Santee river in a hurricane warning still remains in effect for grand Bahama the abacus islands northwestern Bahamas include Freeport and grand Bahama. so hurricane warnings meaning that hurricane force winds remember category one is seventy four miles an hour so hurricane warnings mean that those winds are either already Corinne or expected somewhere within the warning area and that's going to be within a thirty six hour time frame. so a storm surge warning has been issued from land Tampa Florida to south Santee river South Carolina and that includes Daytona beach Jacksonville beach St Simons Tybee island Charleston South Carolina. so you know you would you would watch the weather I was I was glued to the weather channel all weekend and you would see people. walking behind a meteorologist sorry. I don't want to laugh at all because you know what people were doing they were trying to recreate those videos that are online have you guys seen those videos where you have. meteorologist reporters that are trying to look like they're holding on. and you know to find the winds and trying to you know hold their balance and they're screaming in the wind and then you see people walk behind them with an ice cream cone and wave like high. I right or you know I think there was one reporter that tried to claim this weekend that bodes in Florida were already push the shore by the storm. add their all these things being pushed on to the beach and you actually saw the votes are all tied up neatly and it was nice people walking by and you know even in you know smile and things like that and so clearly there's a lot of like you know whether reporting gone wrong people in a boat there's one I forget was one of those Kitty current but somebody was in a boat looking like she had to paddle around and then somebody walked right by her. in a single deep water. it all and then so it you know we know that you know the weather channel these meteorologist they have a job to do and storms are life threatening and they need to get people out and so they're not gonna show a person in a nice dry area tell everybody it's scary they're going to kind of show you know what they need pictorials because some people they just don't evacuate they just leave. Floridians a lot of them did not evacuate them they you know they were waiting for the hurricane advisory to blows my mind that the same age we could be that accurate I mean we were actually it was I was like I don't see how it's going to head towards Florida's commit towards Florida. so you don't think that it didn't hit Florida unfortunately you have that whole coast. that could get hit you know there's an argument that averages one across Florida in a day. we would cause less damage then riding up the coast to Jacksonville Charleston Wilmington Hatteras so the you know so you know we think it's going to be hitting and not really leaving are closed until Sunday heading areas near main and etcetera and at it's a battle on this was bad five people dead so far we're gonna be unfortunately hearing more as the crews are able to get into the Bahamas fully understand the devastation was just enormous this week as NASA but the nation week a lot of people in the Bahamas and Florida you know can't donate blood the Carolinas etcetera because a worried about the the storm and and blood shortages are expected that to happen especially after the bad summer NASA but the nation because the first week of September and as for governors from across United States United to you know help

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Severe weather in the plains. And I mean, I had a lightning strike come down about thirty yards behind me. Well, I mean that that that freaks me out more than anything. I know. About storm surge. I know about we, you know, being in a blizzard or being outside, you know, not having a place to retreat to, but lightning you usually don't get a second chance for that. You know, Katrina was an interesting story because we lost six vehicles, and Katrina, and we got caught in that storm surge in Gulfport. But I remember as we were traveling around, you know, looking for a place we had a place inland a little bit. But the armed forces retirement folks came out and sought us out, and they looked at me, and my producer Simon time and his guys we're twenty seven feet above sea level. And I'm looking at the forecast for surge on my twenty seven p really that. Okay. Why wouldn't I believe we're we're exhausted were tire? Sure. And they've got a bunker of a place, you know, to we got room for you. If we can feed you I'm hanging out with four hundred seventy five of our heroes. How cool is. That I have access to the mayor of Gulfport. So we chose that location. But that water came up it came up higher than twenty much. And I couldn't believe that. You know, they're like this. The storm serves only how can it be hurt? If it is we're at thirty five th storms her you. Gotta be kidding me. So afterward I checked the factory specs of the building in their twenty feet. That's different. Well, there's all sorts of interesting things. I, you know, I don't want to speculate as to what happened there. But either way we didn't lose anybody. And and we lost equipment. We lost stuff. But we didn't lose him. But that was that was an interesting time because afterward, you know, he broadcast for almost a week afterward, and it was very hard to leave. So if there's any post traumatic stress, that's when I had it..

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Right. Because I mean, whether it's me or you or whoever that you trust and. And wanna hear from? I know that. I mean when when I watch broadcaster I'm looking for their tone. I'm looking for how what are they really trying to say to me, you know. So it has to go to as you know, you can get excited about length thunder snow. That's one thing or you can have a serious look on your face. But you know, what? This storm has a chance of intensifying upon landfall. So, you know, the wind could be much much stronger than what it is right now. So those kind of messages that go out are not going to be found on a phone app. Right. Exactly. I mean, we're we're human. You may be a little watch that message on a phone app from someone, but that message is not going to be an icon. Right. So that so the human is always always payin. All right. I'm going to shift gears and get a little bit sort of fun and provocative here on the weather. Geeks podcast with Jim cantore from the Weather Channel, you have been granted or pointed director of Noah, national weather service in that authority. What are some of the first things that you would like? To see. And this is in no way any criticism or critical of any current Noar. I guess the sense of that question is we've got things like great satellites with the new goes R goes east now high resolution got dual got great models. Are there gaps or things that you from your experience think we need to do in terms of how we operate? I think it'd being the directors the issue. It's it's more of how the whole system or. Okay. Okay. It's it's very slow evolving system to try and the cover system just or you're saying see the federal we need a little bit more flexibility, we need to reflect rapid response. But we I mean, I think we need to embrace critique creativity. And I love Greg carbon. I think the things that he's done before he went to WBZ SP storm prediction center, Greg carbon. So you know, now now he's at WBZ. I mean, the he's to me he's like a forward thinker. You know, why he's always like why can't we do seasonal forecast for severe weather? Right. Maybe we can't I love that. So so embrace that. And there's people, you know, that are outside the government even local meteorologists have some great ideas in there. So the I I like when the enterprise comes together. I I like the the advances that we've made certainly the -mergency managers. They know where to get the message from the how to take the message in do with it. What's best for their county or their jurisdiction? Right, right. Yeah. It's it's an interesting point. And by the way, I mentioned earlier that Jim has been successful. I this is a good point the note that Jim is a fellow of the American meteorological society, a very high honor within the field of weather and actually not not too many people from the broadcast. We'll although that needs to change have been bestowed with that honor. So I just kind of. I couldn't believe it. One of the I I still can't believe it to this day. I can I can see the look on your faces. I don't write papers. I I mean, I just kind of do my thing. And but but but I'm true to my craft. I wanna get the best forecast that I want to look over the latest guidance. I want to hang out with my mentor, Dr Greg Forbes. So he can teach me radar meteorology. And we can present the best thing we can on air and save lives. It feels it feels good to know that when mother nature's at it's worst than we can save some lives. Yeah. And so that's really kind of a motivating factor for you. If you were to kind of look back on your career have you had any close calls where you felt oh, really go. Jim this is it. I mean, one time we were covering.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Joining us on the weather podcasts and talking with Jim cantore of the Weather Channel, one of the most recognizable names in the field of meteorologist, Dr Marshall shepherd from the university of Georgia want to continue the conversation with Jim and I wanna go you kind of alluded to this a little bit. This idea of communicating the perfect forecast. One of the things that's happening right now in the field of meteorology is were thinking in hearing more discussions, not just about the latest model of the latest satellite or the latest dual Opole radar but things like are we using the right colors. Are we using the right messaging do people understand Polly, gone and cones? What are your thoughts on the sort of social science emergence within whether communication, do you think carefully about when you put up a polygon or a cone for hurricane making landfall people understand it? What are your thoughts on some of that? Look, they they always try and make cars better, right better. Gas mileage easy to see out of a quick now that can almost drive the car itself. So that's what we're trying to do. With the weather message. You know, people to get that message and understand it as best as they can. But there's some people that are, you know, and look this is whether geeks, so we we will go there anything you're uncomfortable talking about, but there's some people that were criticized your organization, criticized some other organizations that they oversimplify the concepts with things like naming storms or toward kinds. And I'm going to be talking to Greg Forbes on an episode of this. But they actually are trying to communicate things in a way that the public understands because the public doesn't understand quasi strove the. Nor should they. They just need to know if they need to get their family at harm's way, or, you know, prepare for losing power or those those report thing, and that's the other thing too. That's that's just as important part of the message. Here is not only do we have to explain it. Well, but, but we need people to believe that this is something that they need to really prepare for. So how is that permit that message taken in perceived in dealt with that's just as important as Howard delivery and just as a D with that statement, do you there? There are some people have talked about the fact that the role of the human in meteorology in warning will fade away. But they're also studies suggest people trust people like you. So what do you say to someone who says, oh, we're going to have automated forecast, we've got apps I don't need to go and turn on Jim Canterbury. Well, you know, what that's the style..

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"I I got a chance to kind of honing my craft with a lot of time on the air, you know, talking about and then they asked me to go out in the field during Andrew the second landfall of Andrew in Louisiana. And I absolutely. And then you know, once I'm out there. I'm like, this is what I really grew up loving being out in it. And instead of being able to talk about it, and you know, present that kind of weather to people, it would just got awesome. Yeah. And let's I mean, one of the things I really want to do with this podcast. It's just kinda go into places perhaps that the listener may not get the experience. So you're very much known for your sort of what I call cantor. Redeployments people are like looking gyms headed to my town. The problem walk us through Jim cantore deployment. I mean what happens to process? I mean, do you guys sort of plan where you wanna go walk as to what happens when he four forty eight hour period. I mean, I have a feeling I'm going out, especially with with a beer snow event or severe or certainly hurricanes. So that you know, you kind of start shuffling life around because you can't just stop living all of a sudden, right? Have to go out. So there's appointments they have to be cancelled or moved. You just have to kind of shut things down at home. Get packed. I over the years, I've learned how to pack like three different sutures. I have spring severe. I have a and I have to really winter suitcase. And then another one I bring with me that just has essentially my jackets because without those were kind of screwed impact those wet to carry those with me on the plane. So either it's the spring outfitted in the summer outfit or the or the or the winter in the fall outfits that that go out in the field with me, but those are pretty much prepacked. So and you do you have a team of producers or people that kind of go out with yours, and my producer. Steve he's been with me for the last two and a half years in our our inaugural time together was the two thousand fifteen. Snow blitz. Oh austin? Okay. Remember that guy in that was thunder snow, and that was the big big now is on the day before my birthday fifteenth. Yeah. Two thousand fifteen at about five fifteen in the morning. And that's when it got crazy. But you know, you just got to be ready to go. And then you get out there a lot of times, especially with my shift because I work six to nine in the morning. It's like, okay, it's going on a plane now. So then we get there. It's three o'clock. We have to drive sometimes two three hours, then you finally wind down, but you're already going into it kind of not a little tired. But you're drilling gets. You about six to nine is a relatively new slot. I mean, you've been doing I started when I first started at the Weather Channel at twenty two years. All right. I was doing the early morning. Okay. So you've kind of circle back but doing it at fifty four it's a little different. Okay. So a lot harder to get up three o'clock. I could stay up when you were twenty two. All right, but now for eight away, right? You know, as you're kind of transitioning to the cities, do you get a lot of people bantering about asking you what's going on cantor? He what do you think? I I can say is is it's more the smaller towns, then then the city's because I think cities are used to seeing broadcasters out there all the time. But like wish you when we showed up in Bethel, Connecticut out of all places. You know what I mean? Because I was I was I wanted to be far enough west. We were playing the dry slot. We're paying the back edges no ban on like somewhere on that ID for kilter. There's no place to go either. You're in Bethel where Danbury or you're in New York state. I mean, there's not that many places on interstate eighty four. So we stay in bed. But the whole town came out they were they couldn't believe we were there in Bethel. Right, right. It was like it was like, you know, the July fourth liberty moment. Even in the midst of significant weather, but that's cool. It keeps us going over the years..

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"jim cantore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"By cameraman with the sand is relentless. Helmet back. Walk television. Everybody. So what you just heard Jim cantore got hit in the head with some. Well, he didn't get hit in the head. He got he was dodging the flying debris and ultimately ended up putting on a softball helmet. So that he could. Get hit in the head through the rest of the segment. Let me just say that if you have to wear a softball helmet to protect yourself while you're reporting the news, maybe you wanna take yourself out of that situation. This is the thing over and over and over again, absolutely confuses me about how we cover the weather in two thousand eighteen is the people who are standing in the in the midst of the the the worst parts of the storm saying this is really dangerous take cover, but they're out in it. I'm gonna put on a softball helmet. And I'll be okay. No. It's all right. That you don't physically demonstrate the severity of the storm by putting your body in gale-force winds. Okay. We can understand the I feel like we we need to like somehow stop this madness. Because it happens every single time. Do they get paid more for doing? I don't think so probably not. It's probably. It's not considered overtime. I know. And this is his thing. Like, Jim cantore out in the midst of every storm how I'm calling for an end to this. I don't expect that that's going to happen anytime soon probably not moving on door.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Date snow. Len ugly. Snow very clingy. Coming onto strong olds break up. I'm very warm. No. Actress or no you asked me this, and we don't live near each other. You must have had some kind of issue over in your neck of the kept writing raining and woke up this morning. Got the blinky clock goodness for far cell phones. So those are still waking us up. But yeah, we lost electricity was a cold. Yeah. Oh my God. But of course, this pales in comparison to what's happening in Florida right now with hurricane Michael's watching the reports last night coming down and watching the reporters, the news people who bravely. Breaking in the wind. It's. We were watching that this morning. Wow. Okay. So the helmet, I think that's Jim is named Jim cantore. He's Weather Channel. He's like the guy. That's always out in the middle of the storm. Follow. You should be out there. Everyone at the desk. Like, a smart idea the noises annoying. The I don't understand what's going on in the story was Alexis. Yes. And doing that he got hit by something. Helmet. Awesome. Debris. Sleep sherlock. Hello. What did you think was going to happen? Rush. Wow. You're out in also, can you imagine that that's your life? So like the days that you're like I can't handle this anymore. This amazing radio job. I have. You want to hear this clip of him getting hit by something?.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You seen the new Weather Channel? I'm sure you have the the spot with Jim cantore. He's on vacation. Yeah. What's one? There's there's one where. Where he's on vacation. And people seem like he walks onto the beach and she just runs away because they think they see they see Jim cantore as do. They think there's a hurricane coming coming guy. Can't go anywhere with like, you know, getting some slack. Now's like gyms ears like he shows up at a party and everybody leaves. It's going happen gyms here. Think we've got oh goodness to seventeen or eighteen people out there in the field covering Florence. As I said nothing really to take lightly, especially in eastern, North Carolina. No, absolutely not. I was struck by the first of all it's a cat one. We're going to talk about that. But but their stories out now new Bern North Carolina that apparently they've rescued two hundred people so far they have at least one hundred and fifty more who've ru reported themselves stranded there texting in texture from someone. If anybody could help our cars are underwater our house were stuck in the attic. You know, I thought that they weren't going to rescue people. I know during sandy I can only speak for myself door to door. They knocked on the door. They said if you don't leave don't call us go to the second floor. We're not coming to get you. That's it. Why are we doing this? This. I always question. Why do we rescue these people because these rescuers put their lives on the line? Listen. It was a long time ago in a galaxy far far away. But being an ex volunteer firefighter, myself, you say that, but I think we say it because we really want people to get out. I mean, I know if I'm in that situation, and I'm sitting there, and I'm like, I know we said that, but there are people in lives and property at stake. And personally, this is my own personal opinion. It's probably more of a we want to get people out at and you just can't humanity. Just you can't leave people there. Certainly you're going to put your first responders at risk. But that's just my opinion having not only some history, but also a family history. I mean, I go back home in New York state. Most of my immediate family, are volunteer. Firefighters. It's just what what they do. I mean, I mean, that's that's the best perspective. I can give on it as soon as this is now account one. Yup. She's she is a count one. But now there's there's different sides of the storm as watching this morning Griff Jenkins is out there. He was getting Bologne all over the place was hanging onto a lay post. And then we saw someone else wasn't a different side of the storm. And it wasn't nearly as bad which is the bedside northeast quadrant. So front right front quadrant. So if you're taking a storm that's moving west and just to the north of west so it's going to be surf city which getting lambasted right now. Off towards Snead's ferry so that north and northeast quadrant. So where you may see less in the way of strongest winds in hurricane-force winds down toward Carolina beach in Wilmington is starting to get some very strong winds right now, they met see the strongest winds, and he'll has that I will start to get closer. I mean, they're in one of those real heavy bands. If you're looking at radar right now, very sharp contrast between where we've got some dark red and orange showing up on radar the very strong hurricane force winds around the core of the storm to where we have maybe just tropical storm force winds extending further on out. So it usually is the northeast quadrant. Where we have the worst in the strongest of the winds, and we're starting to see some of that now with the I will getting closer. Now. We'll the center come on shore this morning. Oh, it's certainly possible. And is it going to be pretty close to Wilmington? It is. But that's the I has to come on shore to make an official landfall and a looks like it is creeping dangerously close as we speak a question about it seems to me that since the the the store apparently appeared to start losing energy the reduction or not being risen a cat. Three storm. Give people a false sense of security. And now as you point out, it's kind of hanging out there and dumping rain. So I mean, I think a cat one with lingering can actually probably be more damaging a cat two or three depending on how long it lingers is that accurate. That's a great point. And this is the one thing from the beginning that we were concerned about because when it went from forward a cat to heal. There's this collective relief. But none of the forecast were changed for storm surge. And under the forecast, we're changed for the rain amounts twenty to thirty inches because those were the two things that we were trying to emphasize here at the Weather Channel that were going to be the most impactful. Yeah. I mean, certainly do not discount hurricane-force winds. I mean, we've had gusts over one hundred miles per hour. But I think everybody focuses on the wind in the category. I mean, there's been talk around here behind closed doors. I'm going to give you some inside information. But yeah, we just talked about, and you know, our categories really I don't want to say relevant. I think it's more to just give everybody an idea at sometimes it's a little bit when you're like walling. Now, you've got a cat three and a major hurricane..

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CDC: 'Do Not Eat' Honey Smacks

Programming

01:52 min | 3 years ago

CDC: 'Do Not Eat' Honey Smacks

"Those official reports Looking at this storm approaching doomsday This is struggle boss right here Let's. Crystal out, of that really isn't you know I Sure there's. Lightning let's get. Guys can we get her out of? There just tweeted that footage out on our Twitter at hammer and Nigel, you we'll check that she was getting blown all over the. Place the kind of thing you're dying to do, though isn't? It? Hammer all that's on my bucket bucket list a report from a? Hurricane, yes it. Is I want to be the guy like Jim cantore standing on kill devil, hills North, Carolina hanging onto a palm tree reporting has the wind gusts kickout, man that's on the bucket. List you, know these live on location reporters just get thrown into some. Situations sometimes that are just no win like this poor. Lady you're, like you, know Philadelphia. Eagles the the bars of the, day they win the Super. Bowl No. You're gonna have some problems last one here is this. Anything the, CDC is, telling everyone. To stop eating Honey smacks immediately. Because of a salmonella outbreak Although if you're eating Honey smacks in the first? Place? That's going to take, a, lot of salmonella because well let's be honest they're, kind, of dried up how can you did salmonella from something completely artificial right but CDC's telling everybody Honey smacks, bad? Right. Now if you've got any Honey, smacks we're not talking about the the rip off time, the Kroger. Brand, or the kind you advise. The frog right right one of? The great old school our jingle spot away advertising, history was the old Honey smacks commercial B.'s may.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"But the fact that cisco to her for example on a day where we're expecting severe weather you can actually see the individuals supercell you can see the difference between something that's gonna start as individuals supercell than eventually line out and become more of a win threat is that gonna be west to saint louis easter saint louis the issue is you can't just look at it one it's not going to be every six hour this is a model that comes every hour and you have to keep up with it because he gets new data new radar data ingested into a new model ingested into it so it may have a completely different solution sometimes the morning runs a really hot we know that with the triple are but i think if you stick with it you can you can find the forecast but the lesson for people that's just met speak that's you and i talking the lesson for people as they you know you need to keep a tuna this because it's going to be a breaking weather situation will let you know when it starts will try to time it out for where you're at it's not one of these things were you know if you check with six am and were expecting aveer weather at four o'clock don't tune back in to kind of watch it noon you just touched on something that i really wanna get there there was a recent severe weather threat here in the atlanta area in in march and we were under tornado watch it was a tornado down in south fulton near the air yeah remember that and i was seeing people in some of my social media i know man this is good sleeping weather i'm going to go turn in because it got storms and rain coming through we were in a very severe situation at night how do we i mean i still find it a challenge but we're very whether it's in if i still find that some people maybe it's it's still a challenge to sort of understand sort of convey the the level of threat i mean and to convey uncertainty i mean first of all think about the northern transplants it less issues atlanta for okay the people who have come up from the north ohio new england whatever so for them to think that you can have severe weather in march.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"And i want to transition there to discussion here just to talk about that pick your brain because we jim can tour on the weather geeks podcast what are your thoughts on the whole euro versus g f s because we use models and weather forecasting and some stations including i think the weather challen many locations will show both and we know that there's a different degree of sort of accuracy at times with the different models they both have their moments actually yes jif is bad as you think we're dealing with some sort of second class model right we know that the european usually does pretty well and yet range i thought it was this thing over this winter that the six z run i thought did very well the jeff s with with certain snow situations even better than zero zero and so i thought i thought that because everyone says oh well the new data with with the twelve zero zero z you know upper air data comes out in his added to the models but interesting the now you look at go sixteen and the much higher resolution data atta these model so they're only here's everybody they're only gonna get better global models and i think even these high resolution y'all gonna ask you about how much are you using things like the hr model which really are giving us this hr i'm even at times not always i i like looking at the namm threekilometer does a pretty good job there there's a little news out there you know so.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"That's different while she's all sorts of interesting things i you know i don't want to speculate as to what happened there but either way we didn't lose anybody and and we lost quipped we lost stuff but we didn't lose him but that was that was an interesting time because afterward you know he broadcast for almost a week afterward and it was very hard to leave so if there's any post traumatic stress that's when i had it it was very hard i felt like i was abandoning the very people that i went through this storm with that was very hard to come home even though i was physically exhausted yeah you talk about an interesting point that i want to kind of highlight here which is that meteorologist some of these events take toll on us too i mean i i remember the oklahoma city moore oklahoma there there's a tornado heading toward a weather forecasters house in they're having to put out warnings and focus on their job their families back there i mean that's amazing jim i mean i ride a periodic column for four before harvey i wrote a couple of days before the event i mean this place could maybe get fifty inches of rainfall as i was writing that i felt a picnic because i knew what that would do in that time a location so i just i think people realize this thing takes toll lies span to deal with what he dealt with in april of two thousand eleven i know he took that personally those are those are is folks you know those are his those lives on his clock can i knew i know he hates that that's that's our goal finding ways for people to get the message and get warnings and build a better that's exactly right gotta get.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Really jim this is it i mean one time we were covering severe weather in the plains and i mean i had a lightning strike come down about thirty yards behind me well i mean that that that freaks me out more than anything i know about storm surge i know about we you know being in a blizzard or being outside too low not having a place to retreat to but lightning you usually don't get a second chance with that you know katrina was an interesting story because we lost six vehicles and katrina and we got caught in that storm surge in gulfport but i remember as we were traveling around you know looking for a place we had a place inland a little bit but the armed forces retirement folks came out and sought us out and they looked at me and my producer simon time and his guys we're twenty seven feet above sea level and i'm looking at the forecast for surge on my twenty seven p really that okay why wouldn't i believe him where we're exhausted for sure and they've got a bunker of a place you know to we got room for you we can feed you i'm hanging out with foreign seventy five of our heroes how cool is that i have access to the mayor of gulfport so we chose that location but that water came up it came up hired twenty much and i couldn't believe that you know they're like is this the storm shares only how can it be hurt if it is worth thirty five feet storms hers you gotta be kidding me so afterward i checked the factory specs of the building in their twenty feet.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"And wanna hear from i know that i mean when when i watch broadcaster i'm looking for their tone i'm looking for how what are they really trying to say to me you know so it has to go to as you know you can get excited about length thunder snow that's one thing or you can have a serious look on your face but you know what this storm has chance of intensifying upon landfall so you know the wind could be much much stronger than what it is right now so those kind of messages that go out are not gonna be found on a phone app right exactly we're human you may be the watch that message on a phone from someone but that message is not going to be an icon right so ever so the human is always always payin all right i'm going to shift gears get a little bit sort of fun and provocative here on the weather geeks podcast with jim cantore from the weather channel you have been granted or pointed director of noah national weather service in that thority what are some of the first things that you would like to see and this is in no way any criticism or critical of any current noar i guess the sense of that question is we've got things like great satellites with the new goes r goes east now highresolution got dual got great models are there gaps or things that you from your experience we need to do in terms of how we operate i being the directors the issue it's more of how the whole system were okay okay it's it's very slow evolving system try.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Make sure you following jim cantore twitter there he's an awesome follow okay let me get back to my weather terms that i want you to react to you bomb cyclone oh here again it's it's molly again and i think he's responsible for putting that out there and starting it which is great easy credible but we talk talk bomba genesis and the whole out of storm that's a meteorologically sound term that's been around for a while right and we know cyclone larry of low pressure so why not put the two together i mean you could you can define both of those terms right the next term we've already touched on a little bit under snow i mean we the year legendary for your reaction to that some of the thunder snow ears named after a while but what is that really gets you most excited about thunder snow from just a motionless damn but went also your logically what's going to tell people the background story to that especially that february fifth bomb because you know they we had been in boston at nauseam it was boston boston boston is actually my chesterfield you they're going to have a little bit more wind and maybe a better chance at longer duration blizzard so steve recognize like okay whatever work we're comfortable here at the word at the marriott water water front of you know we're we're fine up there in boston but we'll just get down there anyway so we get out and meet new friends and in the folks were so nice to us at east bay grill last broadcast right in their backyard and so i'm what it's about five o'clock five oh five i see reynolds wolf where i was in boston getting thunder snow and i was crushed.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Welcome back to the weather geeks podcast i'm dr marshall shepherd from the university of georgia i'm here with the storm tracker jim cantore and we're talking about his years here at the weather channel his coverage of storms and i wanna revisit this conversation because we're talking about craig fugate one of the in my opinion and yes yet some challenges with the sort of notion of onsite reporting and so you talked about why why this value lists kinda shifty i think you mentioned ninety four yeah her that you cover us what's been your most challenging coverage for those ninety four what do you remember most and terms of honestly this is gonna kinda blow your mind a little bit but it's now really okay so the microwave comes out we don't have to put the oven on and warm up our food we can just nuke it in thirty seconds all right so technology has made our lives graders my point our phones i in my life technologies made it a little bit worse because because of the fact that we can now not have to go down during the middle or the height of storm we stay up during the height of it okay if you remember mike's coverage in naples then it led into mike coverage right in fort myers we never stopped we went through the entire i wall in both of the city's so technology for me is actually made my job a little bit worse right because if the videos great in the shots are great they're gonna wanna stay on that so we've gone from broadcasting based back in the studio to broadcasting based in the field it's because of technology an audio and video signal on an hd hd audio video signal out you know over the internet has has just made mid hard really hard yeah that's an i wouldn't have weather somewhat surprising answer but it certainly makes sense given sort of how i know how cover the satellite truck when those winds hit sixty seventy eighty miles an hour at dishes gotta come down where you lose it right and then you lose all the rest of your coverage so we now take the dish down there park it safe place put don't even use it during the height of the storm us live you as it's called which is using the you know the phone lines cell phone lines and.

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"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jim cantore" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Redeployments people like looking gyms headed to my town the problem walk us through a jim cantore deployment i mean what happens to process i mean do the sort of plan where you wanna go walk as to what happens when he four forty eight hour period i have a feeling i'm going out especially with with a beer snow event or severe or surly hurricanes so that you know you kind of start shuffling life around because you can't just stop living all of a sudden right have to go out so there's appointments that be cancelled moved you just have to kinda shut things down at home get packed over the years i've learned how to pack like three different suits years i have spring severe i have a and i have to really winter suitcase and then another one i bring with me just has essentially my jackets because without those were kind of screwed impact those to carry those with me on the plane so either it's the spring outfit in the summer outfit or the or the or the winter in the fall outfits that that go on the field with me but those are pretty much prepacked so and you do you have a team of producers or people that kind of go out with my producer steve pederick he's been with me for the last two and a half years and our our inaugural time together was the two thousand fifteen snow blitz austen yes okay remember that in that was thunder snow and that was the big big now is on the day before my birthday fifteenth two thousand fifteen at about five fifteen in the morning that's when it got crazy but you know you just got to be ready to go and then you.

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