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Do you love weather? Join Meteorologists and special guests from 47 ABC to talk all things weather. Fresh episodes drop every Wednesday!
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E30: LA NINA ADVISORY

E30: LA NINA ADVISORY

2020-09-1616:47

A La Nina Advisory has been issued for the area, so what could that mean for the fall and winter months? Our latest Weather Wise episode breaks it all down for you.
Extreme Weather in the West: In this episode of Weather Wise we discuss the record heat, deadly wildfires, and even the rare summer snow that parts of the western U.S. is experiencing. 
E28: Wet August

E28: Wet August

2020-09-0224:46

Salisbury recorded one of the wettest August’s on record. Find out if the wet pattern continues as we head towards autumn. 
E27: Hurricane Laura

E27: Hurricane Laura

2020-08-2623:35

While Hurricane Marco dissipates, Texas and Louisiana now brace for Hurricane Laura. Tune in to this episode of Weather Wise to find out where Laura goes after landfall and why the 47 ABC Storm Team is already concerned about the next storm on the list.
E26: Wet August

E26: Wet August

2020-08-1920:54

It’s been a very wet August so far on Delmarva. Today’s podcast discusses what’s causing the wet pattern and if it will continue.
The entire 47 ABC Storm Team come together for this jam-packed episode of Weather Wise to discuss the historic impact Tropical Storm Isaias brought Delmarva. 
July 2020 ended up being one for the record books. Find out which city on Delmarva ended up having its hottest July ever recorded. 
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season continues to break records. Meteorologists Daniel Johnson and Sloane Haines look back at how active this past week was in terms of tropical development, and what we can expect next. 
Did you know that heat is the leading cause of weather-related deaths? In today’s podcast, meteorologist Daniel Johnson and Ulises Garcia discuss how excessive heat can affect the body and what you can do to stay safe.
Tropical Storm Fay brought Delmarva a much needed rain. Meteorologist Ulises Garcia and Meteorologist Sloane Haines discuss how Fay impacted the beaches and alleviated the recent drought on the peninsula. 
E20: June 2020

E20: June 2020

2020-07-0819:08

We can add June 2020 to the ever growing list of months with above average temperatures and below average precipitation. Meteorologist Daniel Johnson and Ulises Garcia discuss what this means for Delmarva moving forward. 
E19: Lightning Strikes

E19: Lightning Strikes

2020-07-0126:02

Meteorologists Daniel Johnson and Sloane Haines explore lightning safety in this episode of weather wise. While annual lightning fatalities have significantly decreased over the years, there’s still a lot more that can be done to keep us safe during thunderstorms. 
E18: Saharan Dust

E18: Saharan Dust

2020-06-2420:10

A large plume of Saharan dust is traveling thousands of miles across the Atlantic, and heading toward the United States. Meteorologist Daniel Johnson and Ulises Garcia discuss what this could mean for our area.
E17: Summer Solstice

E17: Summer Solstice

2020-06-1725:07

The Summer Solstice is right around the corner! Chief Meteorologist Daniel Johnson and Meteorologist Sloane Haines talk all things heat in today’s podcast, including some safety measures you can take to be prepared for the upcoming summer season.
E16: The Derecho

E16: The Derecho

2020-06-1025:16

We explore the dangerous and destructive warm-weather phenomenon called, “The Derecho.”
The climate data is in and May was a cool month on Delmarva, but a major pattern change looks likely as we head into June.
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be a busy one. The 47 ABC Storm Team discusses the official outlook from NOAA and how important it is to prepare each year.
The hurricane season is off to a quick start as the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season formed this week. We look back at previous storms named Arthur and their influence on Delmarva.
What happened to Spring? The month of May has been a cold one, but we’re forecasting a big pattern change that’ll have us breaking out the shorts and flip flops at times. 
This week we talk hurricane preparedness week and give you tips on how to prepare for the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season. Plus an early look at what type of season we're expecting.
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