Science & Medicine:Natural Sciences
#38 - Guest: Kathryn Prociv - I Like Drunk Phil!
In This Episode Guest: Kathryn Prociv, Weather Producer for The Weather Channel’s Weather Underground. Lightning Round: Head to Head Rolling Stone’s Top 100 Guitarists Indiana Chaser Con discount Titan U Minute with Chris Sanner: Cold Fronts The team discusses the future of amateur radio for storm chasers and spotters Wx Resources: We provide some great weather sites, apps and equipment Weather Fools: We share the foolish things people do in bad weather situations Listener/Viewer Comments and Questions Who will be our next guest? Our Guest Kathryn Prociv, Weather Producer for The Weather Channel’s Weather Underground. At The Weather Channel’s Atlanta headquarters, Kathryn Prociv (’11 B.A. and ’12 M.S geography Virginia Tech) is known for her calm demeanor as a weather producer on the set of the channel’s flagship program, “AMHQ” By the time the show airs live at 7 a.m. each weekday, Prociv has been up for nearly six hours preparing and assembling graphics to tell the story of the day’s weather. Prociv secured her position after just four months of freelancing for the channel. Her colleagues often call her the morning cheerleader, complimenting her on her unflappable nature and passion for weather, even in the wee hours of the morning. She chalks it up to her five Virginia Tech storm-chasing trips, several of them as a field leader. @kathrynprociv on Twitter Sponsor: Indiana Storm Chaser Convention Discount Link Titan U Minute with Chris Sanner: www.TorndaoTitans.com WxResources Links Kathryn: Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL) Website Dina: CoCoRaHS Website MJ: Yaesu FT-60 Radio Phil: Twister Dorothy Sensor Holiday Ornament Weather Fools Links Phil: Joplin Schools Fight FEMA for Tornado Damage Money Dina: Turn Around Don't Drown Fail Submit your questions or comments about this show to firstname.lastname@example.org and we may read it on our next episode! Next episode (39), our guest will be John Gordon, Meteorologist-In-Charge at NWS-Louisville and former Hurricane Hunter. Credits Opening and Closing Music: Andrew Slottaview more
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