On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Guest Host: Rebecca Roberts
Everyone talks about the weather — but few really understand how hurricanes form, why tornados twirl, how Doppler weather radar works, the role clouds play in creating wind and snow, or even why the sky is cerulean blue. Get your weather questions answered — and gain insight into how the Washington region is affected by daily weather patterns, air pollution, and global warming.
- Jack Williams Former USA TODAY Weather Editor; freelance writer; and author, "The AMS Weather Book: The Ultimate Guide To America's Weather" (Univ. of Chicago Press)
- Tom Kierein Meteorologist, NBC4
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