Monthly Archives: November 2017

10 (Relatively) Easy Steps I Recommend For Being A Better Meteorologist And Communicator

As I transition away from a chapter of my life centered on meteorology, I’ve realized I’ve learned a lot about what methods work in weather and which ones don’t. There are no hard-and-fast rules for success in meteorology or weather … Continue reading

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Scott Dimmich, MBA

I try to be a modest person, but today I want to share with you something for which I am tremendously proud and required months of hard work. For the last 2 years, I’ve been very quiet about my accomplishment, … Continue reading

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When A Tornado Debris Signature (Apparently) Isn’t A Tornado

  This is a mind bender. Imagine you’re nearly certain something is happening and is a threat to someone’s life…then after an additional investigation, nothing happened. There was a rotating thunderstorm in northern Brown County Sunday night around 1am. It … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About The Severe Weather Threat Late In The Weekend

It’s November in the Tri-State, which means we are entering a secondary severe weather season. 11 tornadoes have been confirmed in the Tri-State during November since 1950. On average, 7 Severe Thunderstorm Warnings and 2 Tornado Warnings are issued in … Continue reading

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