Beyond The Weather

Fridays at 11:04am during the second hour of Science Friday

Providing perspective on the daily weather conditions with a longer range look at temperature, precipitation and wind, and the factors which drive them. Beyond The Weather taps the knowledge of longtime Alaska climatologist Rich Thoman and is cooperative production of KUAC and the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy.

National Weather Service

KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about early computer modelling.

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KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center For Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about technology that inspired and enabled development of weather forecasting.

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KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about early weather forecasting.

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KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about early weather forecasting. 

Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy

KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about Alaska's very warm year of 1926, and how its is very different from recent year's record warmth. 

Pinterest

KUAC's Dan Bross talks to Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about the record warm year of 2019.

Melissa Levinson Antiques

Beyond the Weather begins a series on the the history of meteorology as KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about barometric pressure.

KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman  about what creates high and low pressure systems, and drives them around the planet. 

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Amazon

KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about the atmospheric phenomenon known a "Pineapple Express", which can track warm, wet weather from the tropics, all the way to Alaska.

NOAA

KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about bomb storms.

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