Weather Notebook
Bryan Yeaton
 


 
The Weather Notebook Signs Off.

It is with regret that the Mount Washington Observatory announces that its daily radio program, The Weather Notebook, aired its final show on December 30, 2005.

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The Weather Notebook Radio Show is two minutes of light-hearted weather wisdom produced by NH's Mount Washington Observatory, home to some of the world's worst weather. Host Bryan Yeaton explores the human side of weather through compelling stories written by staff and correspondents from distant places including Nepal and New Zealand as well as from across the United States.

The goal of The Weather Notebook is to teach the science of weather but in its production the art of a good story is combined with the science, resulting in a light-hearted look at weather fact and folklore, which is both informative and fun.

From recent programs you can learn from fifth graders how to make a cloud in a bottle, or how to make your own sling psychrometer. You can learn what causes thunderstorms and also journey along with kayakers in Boise, Idaho, as they experience a "big water blowout".

Additionally, the Mount Washington Observatory now produces a weekly series on global climate change that explores current climate change research, notable changes in landscapes and extreme weather.

The two minute program airs weekdays on public and commercial radio stations nationwide, and on the Armed Forces Radio Network, reaching millions of listeners worldwide.

 
Favorite Weather Links
Links to educational websites filled with fun facts about weather and the atmosphere.

TWN History
The Weather Notebook began in 1993 under the name Among the Clouds. Learn more about TWN's history and how the show became what it is today.

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