Roger’s Weather Mechanics…behind the scenes
This podcast series explores all things atmospheric pertaining to our world, Vermont and locally. It will also include other topics about the planet Earth such as the Geomagnetic Field and trends in climatology near and far. If you follow the weather and are enthusiastic about storms of all kinds, I’ll delve into the mechanics like Bombogenesis of a coastal low pressure system, or why well-developed low pressure systems sometimes do not deliver. I’ll explain some of the hidden details about our climate, how our weather behaves and we’ll explore other climates, and how they might play a role in our daily weather in the Green Mountain State and northern New England.
Listen to Recent Shows Here
Tropical Cyclones Part 1September 16, 2021
A Time Machine Through Global Temperature AveragesApril 28, 2021
All About WindApril 2, 2021
Multiple Precipitation Types or Mixed Bag PrecipitationMarch 26, 2021
Astronomical Equinox and SolsticeMarch 22, 2021
Clouds: Reading the SkyMarch 12, 2021
Frost Quakes or CryoseismsMarch 2, 2021
How Do Snow Rollers Form?February 24, 2021
Inside the South Atlantic Magnetic AnomalyFebruary 16, 2021
What Is A Computer Weather Model?February 5, 2021
Listen to more episodes in the archive.