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When the storm online is worse than the one outside

Meteorologists and climate scientists are increasingly having to combat misinformation cycles on social media.
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Midwest weather experts want to talk about climate change, but they face pushback and threats

Meteorologists and climatologists often have a tough job explaining climate change to the public, especially in places where audiences may be more skeptical of the science. In the Midwest and Great Plains, strong resistance has pushed some out of the field.
Climate change gets local – and role of TV weather forecaster evolves
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Climate change gets local – and role of TV weather forecaster evolves

Increasingly, weather forecasters help the public learn about the connection between climate science, extreme weather, and their own safety.
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Warming Signs Podcast: Why some meteorologists are saying bye to TV
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Warming Signs Podcast: Why some meteorologists are saying bye to TV

Kait Parker profiles two television meteorologists who've stepped away from daily forecasting to take on the complicated issue of climate change. Hear how their work is helping to bring the science of climate change into local newsrooms.
Battling wildfires alongside firefighters are some unexpected allies—meteorologists
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Battling wildfires alongside firefighters are some unexpected allies—meteorologists

Incident meteorologists, or IMETs, go into fire zones with crews to forecast weather for firefighters.
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