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"victor jen seaney" Discussed on Climate Cast

Climate Cast

04:15 min | 8 months ago

"victor jen seaney" Discussed on Climate Cast

"Climate. CAST is supported by Bank of America through Global Business Strategy Sustainable operations an employee Programs Bank of America is focused on helping society transition to a low-carbon. Economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. The climatology of Doritos I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Kutner here with climate. That durant show that tour across Iowa and Illinois August tenth flattened as much as fourteen million acres of cropland seventy to one hundred plus mile an hour winds blew down trees and power lines more than half a million islands lost power some for more than a week. The word the ratio means straight ahead in. Spanish these massive straight line wind events travel more than two hundred and fifty miles and produce wind gusts over. Seventy five miles an hour. Why is the Upper Midwest climatological hotspot for these massive windstorms that howl for hundreds of Miles Victor Seaney is a professor with Northern Illinois University specializing in severe storms. Hi Victor Welcome to climate cast. Thanks for having me on. Paul what stands out to you about that August tenth Rachel probably the number of wind reports that we had over seventy five miles per hour usually when these jobs occurred you. Can get widespread fifty to sixty mile per hour winds. But as we saw in several cities in Eastern, Iowa in Northern Illinois and even into the Chicago land area, this particular day Joe was producing winds in excess along its path of seventy five miles per hour. Obviously, the wind speed gets higher. So does the damage we all know about Tornado Alley and there's also a higher donate show frequency there but the radio frequency is Also high here in the Upper Midwest and the southern Great Lakes right it is an actually if you had to pick one city on the map that experiences more durations than anywhere else in the United States, it would be sort of Rockford Illinois Northern Illinois here is really ground zero for the shows and it really goes back to the ingredients that you need in order to get these types of long live windstorms we've. Had some historic data shows in the Upper Midwest? The Boundary Waters Blow Down Fourth of July nineteen ninety nine is something people here in Minnesota remember what is it about the summertime atmosphere over the Upper Midwest? That's conducive to durant chose well, for those of us who live up here in the summer we know it's the heat and humidity, and of course, you have heat and humidity present on many days in the summertime. But what really differentiates from a direct show, Dave versus a normal thunderstorm day are these bigger disturbances that moved through the atmosphere and a lot of vertical wind shear strong jetstream overhead that all comes together to create a very favorable atmosphere for these rages. The bulk of evidence seems to suggest that climate change doesn't show strong links to the intensity of d'auray chose why is that? It's not that it doesn't show strong relationships is. That it's sort of unknown in that we have a lot of errors right now with our experiments in the models that we have that can project into the future the potential changes. Our best guess right now is that the amount of days that we're going to have in the future that having this extreme heat and humidity will increase, but it's sort of unclear if that's GONNA translate to more of these types of Drake Joe. Windstorms is there any evidence that Rachel climatology could shift northward as the climate warms there are certainly studies out there that show northward shift in what we call the mid latitude jetstream and these types of phenomenon in theory should shift with that northward shifting jet. Again, these are attribution type of studies that will need to be retested in the future and continue to be tested with new data before I think we can say anything. More robust about what we're going to expect with these types of storms. I don't think there's a rating system for Rachel's how would you rate that one that crossed Iowa into Illinois on August tenth this particular Drake Shift you had to ask me is probably one intend to one in fifteen year event across the Midwest Professor Victor Jen, Seaney with Northern Illinois University. Thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Thanks for having me. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Paul Hutton..

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Can the Midwest expect more derechos?

Climate Cast

03:47 min | 8 months ago

Can the Midwest expect more derechos?

"That durant show that tour across Iowa and Illinois August tenth flattened as much as fourteen million acres of cropland seventy to one hundred plus mile an hour winds blew down trees and power lines more than half a million islands lost power some for more than a week. The word the ratio means straight ahead in. Spanish these massive straight line wind events travel more than two hundred and fifty miles and produce wind gusts over. Seventy five miles an hour. Why is the Upper Midwest climatological hotspot for these massive windstorms that howl for hundreds of Miles Victor Seaney is a professor with Northern Illinois University specializing in severe storms. Hi Victor Welcome to climate cast. Thanks for having me on. Paul what stands out to you about that August tenth Rachel probably the number of wind reports that we had over seventy five miles per hour usually when these jobs occurred you. Can get widespread fifty to sixty mile per hour winds. But as we saw in several cities in Eastern, Iowa in Northern Illinois and even into the Chicago land area, this particular day Joe was producing winds in excess along its path of seventy five miles per hour. Obviously, the wind speed gets higher. So does the damage we all know about Tornado Alley and there's also a higher donate show frequency there but the radio frequency is Also high here in the Upper Midwest and the southern Great Lakes right it is an actually if you had to pick one city on the map that experiences more durations than anywhere else in the United States, it would be sort of Rockford Illinois Northern Illinois here is really ground zero for the shows and it really goes back to the ingredients that you need in order to get these types of long live windstorms we've. Had some historic data shows in the Upper Midwest? The Boundary Waters Blow Down Fourth of July nineteen ninety nine is something people here in Minnesota remember what is it about the summertime atmosphere over the Upper Midwest? That's conducive to durant chose well, for those of us who live up here in the summer we know it's the heat and humidity, and of course, you have heat and humidity present on many days in the summertime. But what really differentiates from a direct show, Dave versus a normal thunderstorm day are these bigger disturbances that moved through the atmosphere and a lot of vertical wind shear strong jetstream overhead that all comes together to create a very favorable atmosphere for these rages. The bulk of evidence seems to suggest that climate change doesn't show strong links to the intensity of d'auray chose why is that? It's not that it doesn't show strong relationships is. That it's sort of unknown in that we have a lot of errors right now with our experiments in the models that we have that can project into the future the potential changes. Our best guess right now is that the amount of days that we're going to have in the future that having this extreme heat and humidity will increase, but it's sort of unclear if that's GONNA translate to more of these types of Drake Joe. Windstorms is there any evidence that Rachel climatology could shift northward as the climate warms there are certainly studies out there that show northward shift in what we call the mid latitude jetstream and these types of phenomenon in theory should shift with that northward shifting jet. Again, these are attribution type of studies that will need to be retested in the future and continue to be tested with new data before I think we can say anything. More robust about what we're going to expect with these types of storms. I don't think there's a rating system for Rachel's how would you rate that one that crossed Iowa into Illinois on August tenth this particular Drake Shift you had to ask me is probably one intend to one in fifteen year event across the Midwest Professor Victor Jen, Seaney with Northern Illinois University. Thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Thanks for having me.

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"victor jen seaney" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"victor jen seaney" Discussed on Here & Now

"Victor, we are hearing terrible stories out of Alabama apparent holding six year old son who was just ripped from his arms because of the strength of the wind. Another man they were hiding in the basement and the dog got very quiet. So he went up to see opened the door, and almost was vacuumed out with the force of these winds, if until mobile homes in particular, get more shelters, what would you what should a person? Into if they find themselves suddenly there, they are and the tornadoes coming hit the floor get under something. I mean, what can you do? Well, you can't wait until the houses. Collapsing on you to try to think about what to do, you know? But if you're an attorney to warning in you do think that your, you know, your your property or your life is in jeopardy, you really need to get indoors get to the lowest floor in put as many walls between you and the tornado was possible. You know, I'm telling you even people now to in your emergency kit. Put a bike helmet in there. Because a lot of the injuries that we see our blunt force trauma to the head. And you know, I think a bike helmet could actually go a long way in your emergency disaster kit when you're thinking about severe storms. Victor Jen Seaney tornado researcher at northern Illinois university in the sad. Terrible aftermath of the tornado in Lee county, Victor, thank you. Thank you, Robin will the actor Luke Perry is being remembered today by many other Hollywood stars who worked with him over the years. He was most famous for his role on Beverly Hills nine oh, two one. Oh, Perry died yesterday after suffering a massive stroke a few days earlier, the CDC identifies stroke is the fifth leading cause of death for Americans with one hundred forty thousand dying from strokes each year. And joining us now is Dr Mona bay who who is assistant professor of neurology. At Johns Hopkins School of medicine, Dr welcome and let's start with the basics. What is a stroke, and what causes it?.

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"victor jen seaney" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"victor jen seaney" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Message me and I will get your note is, are the two places I'm looking if it goes, if you send them to other places. I don't see them this. These are the places I look for these things other places they slip through the cracks. So please send me your notes. Cursed me that that if I wasn't on the show and part of the show that I could myself at one of these every week and and and so good every week. I don't want it from you every week. But what I'm thinking is every once in a blue moon, I miss his show and on those shows I, I will. I will now say that I will provide a what has science done for me lately if I can't make it to be rest of the show, I think that's only fair. Okay. I like it. Thank you, Justin. What science do you have for me right now? Let's see. So. This is sort of, you know, we've talked a lot about global warming thing if you're just listening and haven't heard us talk about it yet. On this particular episode, it's a pretty dominant theme throughout all the thirteen or fourteen fifteen more years at this weekend sciences existed over the past forty years. Going to recent research tornado frequency has increased over large swath of the midwest and the southeast. Interestingly, at the same time, it has decreased in portions of the central and seven Great Plains region traditionally known as tornado alley. Anybody professor Victor, Jen Seaney of northern Illinois university, and it's got no one, the national severe storms laboratory in Norman Oklahoma. They found significant decreasing trends in frequencies about tornado reports and tornado environments over portions of Texas, Oklahoma and northeast Colorado traditional hotspots. An identified, significant increasing trends of tornado reports and environments in portions of Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Now, this doesn't mean though that if you are in Texas, Texas, Oklahoma, northeast Colorado, that warming thing is necessarily a good thing. Your still number one in tornadoes you're still the hot spot. But maybe a little bit better and if you're in any of those other states, so the trend they've find is there's sort of a creeping eastward trend to tornados seem to be forming, and they say they don't have enough, they haven't coordinated or. This evidence do just say global warming, but that's also been going on for the last forty years. So there's definitely Corlett of evidence of this. What it may be one more thing that you haven't considered. It's going to be changed. So I wonder how so how far the the movement is and how how far east it will end up moving. I mean, what is what is going on? Who needs to be prepared and who needs to be scared. That's, you know. It would.

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"victor jen seaney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"victor jen seaney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Echo. You can always the latest news, traffic and weather just say Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. WBZ news time five forty the DC are considering a new plan to build an ice rink on some state property, but WBZ Sheri, small tells us there's some opposition to that two groups Winchester, youth hockey and the friends of the Winchester ice rink want to build an ice rink and recreational facility on five acres of the Middlesex fells reservation in Medford, but the state owned property is open space protected under the state constitution to remain as open space, and the group friends of the fells wants it left alone, executive director Ronald more and says it's a rich habitat for birds, butterflies and bees. And also, a peaceful place to walk and hike really active trails, it's a kind of secluded area. And it's it's a very peacefully area. And that's kind of what we'd like to keep it. Sheri, small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty Boston. Duck boats, calling it a Fender bender. No one was hurt. After a duck boat was in a crash today with an m b TA bride vehicle. WBZ TV says there were passengers on the ducks. Which was able to go on and finish its tour. The NBA says there were no passengers in the right car. Just the driver WBZ news time, five forty one sports next. But first this story, it appears tornadoes are shifting. Yes. Shifting new study shows there have been fewer of them in the so-called tornado alley Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas that whole area. Instead, they're apparently spinning up more in states along the Mississippi and farther east, including at times here in Massachusetts. And researchers say right now, they're not exactly sure why that's happening northern Illinois university. Professor, Victor, Jen Seaney is the study author, and he says this shift means more people are generally at risk for tornado issues. The research is in the journal climate and atmospheric science over the sports now Tom Cuddy standing by in the ticket dot com. Sports studio Red Sox and Astros AL CS game for in Houston. Rick Portillo starts Red Sox lead the series two games to one Red Sox in control of the series. Apparently, not as Mookie Betts tells WBZ radio sports, fix it better that we're on. Winning.

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"victor jen seaney" Discussed on AP Radio News

AP Radio News

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"victor jen seaney" Discussed on AP Radio News

"Find out the car, you ac- onto embroi- ally. Lag. We would. That in this, hey, we have been. We've. We've been Alexa play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. With Amazon music. A voice is all you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump says the US is asked her key for audio and video related to the disappearance. A Saudi journalist, Marcus Gogi saga megani report circuit officials have said, Saudi agents killed kashogi inside the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul, and there are recordings. I'm not sure yet that it exists probably does possibly does. The president says he wants to know what happened, but a day after warning against a rush to judgment, he stressing the Saudis are key, US allies near a tremendous purchaser of not only military equipment, but other things asked if he sent the f. b. i. to investigate the death of kashogi who lived in the US and wrote for the Washington Post, the president would not say, but noted kashogi was not an American citizen saga megani at the White House. A treasury department official is charged with leaking confidential, banking, reports of suspects charged since special counsel. Robert Muller's investigation, Natalie Mayflower sours Edwards is set to. Here in court today in Virginia, Edwards is a senior official at the department's financial crimes enforcement network. She's accused of leaking the material on Paul Manafort Richard gates and others to a journalist whose not named in the court papers. Prosecutors allege Edwards, photograph the confidential documents and sent them to the reporter using an encrypted messaging app the ad that when she was arrested, she had a flash drive containing the confidential reports. A veteran North Carolina's state trooper is dead shot and killed during a traffic stop early this morning near the South Carolina state line. The highway patrol says trooper Kevin, Connor was shot while walking toward a pickup truck that he had stopped for speeding. The truck's driver was arrested. Following a twenty mile chase after the shooting. Connor was an eleven year veteran of the North Carolina's highway patrol. This is AP radio news. Whether scientists say toenail does have shifted to the Mississippi River and points east. My Kempin reports, the study's lead author Dr. Victor, Jen Seaney says the area with increasing tornado activity is bigger in home to more people. He also says more people live in voluble mobile homes, Jen Seaney says, although the eastward shift is consistent with climate change a lesser or more specific detailed studies. He and others cannot say the shift is caused by global warming. Caroll Spinney is retiring. Sometimes I'm a little clumsy for nearly fifty years. He was the voice of big bird and Oscar, the grouch on Sesame Street back in two thousand fifteen spin. He said at first he didn't like head to have his picture taken and just kind of like being myself and and burden Oscar be them. But now it's kind of fun as nice to be identified with something that's been so well received. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. Can you see to embroi- ally. Leg. Go, we would put in this, hey, we have. We've, we've been Alexa play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. With Amazon music of voices. All you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today.

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