Weather 101 Segments from 2007


April 30th – GFS Model (1st Weather 101 Segment)


May 7th – Computers Needed for the GFS Model

May 14th – How RADAR works

May 21st – Sun Dogs

May 28th – Evaporative Cooling


June 4th – Kinds of Temperature

June 11th – Lightning

June 18th – Thunder

June 25th – Other Global Scale Numerical Weather Models


July 2nd – Regional Scale Models

July 9th – ISOs on Weather Maps

July 16th – Layers of the Atmosphere

July 23rd – Getting Atmospheric Measurements

July 30th – Inversions and the Cap


August 6th – Tropical Cyclones

August 13th – Ring around the Sun or Moon

August 20th – METAR

August 27th – Trochoidal Motion


September 3rd – Definition of TUT

September 10th – Heat Transfer in the Atmosphere

September 17th – Precipitable Water (PW)

September 24th – TIROS and Weather Satellites


October 1st – Thermodynamic Diagrams

October 8th – Wet and Dry Adiabats

October 15th – Glaciation in an Updraft

October 22nd – Foehn Winds

October 29th – Cleveland Abbe and How Time Zones Came to Be


November 12th – Vorticity and Helicity

November 19th – Dual-Pol Explanation

November 26th – Bright Bands on Radar


December 3rd – Lake-Effect Snow

December 10th – Thundersnow

December 17th – Noctilucent Clouds

December 24th – Winter Solstice

December 31st – Snow