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Weather
What Is It About The Weather
Because there is more to weather than weather itself. What Is It About The Weather is a podcast/vidcast series where we explore the various ways weather is intertwined into and impacts our lives. Weather itself is interesting and amazing, but what can be even more fascinating and intriguing is how much influence it actually has in our lives. In this journey we hope you will find yourself laughing, enjoying, and learning and from time to time even uttering “I did not know that”. Weather geek by nature, atmospheric scientist by degree and meteorologist by trade, your host Mark T Jelinek...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 16 ratings
Covers everything we related
Check this out! You won't regret it. It's fun and interesting. Check it out!
DJM1216 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/22/17
great content
The host (Mark) is brilliant and well-spoken. He listens to his audience, and puts a lot of thought into coming up with great content. Even if you don't find the weather to be a fascinating topic, Mark will make it fascinating for you!
TX Jackal via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/20/17
Interesting and Genuine
I've enjoyed weather since my first Indiana thunderstorm when I was three years old. It's never been more interesting than as told by Mark. Great job, dude.
ethancaine via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/01/16
Recent Episodes
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