20 experts predict the most significant weather and climate advances of the next decade
20 experts weigh in on the next great advances in weather and climate in the next decade.
district of Antalya province in Turkey on November 30, 2019. (Photo by Orhan Cicek/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Richard “Heatwave” Berler, CBM#18 Chief Meteorologist KGNS TV, Laredo, Texas
Dr. Ashton Robinson Cook, Meteorologist, Founder/CEO of WeatherDeep
after the river Avon burst its banks. (Photo by Steve Parsons/PA Images via Getty Images)
Gene Norman, freelance meteorologist with CNN and veteran of the broadcast meteorology industry
Dr. Susan Jasko, Senior Research Scientist, University of Alabama
I think the next big advance will be more locally-focused weather communication & resilience activities. That’s the next big frontier for the social science side of our enterprise - what works in one community may be different from what works in another, and reaching people where they are will provide the best service. I see this as an integral part of the AMS Centennial Initiative focused on local action networks. All disasters are local, and so are the solutions to many of our most pressing weather and climate change-related problems!Read more: Forbes
20 Experts Predict The Most Significant Weather And Climate Advances Of The Next Decade20 experts weigh in on the next great advances in weather and climate in the next decade. 'Leaps in the subseasonal-to-seasonal forecasting of high-impact weather events to cross blurry lines between weather and climate. This is increasingly critical for planning and operations related to industry, public safety, and agriculture.' Where the end of the world climate change countdown clock will be built remains in flux. Paris and Beijing remain top contenders. How much time will be placed on the clock is expected to be debated about for years. tt:nytimes washingtonpost DailyCaller FreeBeacon
Our 20 most anticipated TV shows of 2020Awkwafina. Al Pacino. Nurse Ratched. Something called 'Murder House Flip.' The Times TV team selects the shows they're most excited for this year. Really? Do people still watch TV? The WHO has declared this the 'Year of the Nurse and Midwife' and TV audiences will be again shown a lousy interpretation of a nurse. Glad I have no TV. You forgot You S3 that’s what we’re all really looking forward to the most.
20 extremely simple New Year's resolutions that you can easily achieveSet the bar lower. It'll still feel good. I just set the one each year. Do what makes you happy. Very achievable. *ignore
At least 20 llamas missing from California exotic animal farm after burglaryThe farm has been a recent target of animal rights activists who claim llamas, emus, ostriches and other animals there have been mistreated and not fed, local media reported. 'Discovered missing' is an oxymoron. What!? People suck.
20 extremely simple New Year's resolutions that you can easily achieveSet the bar lower. It'll still feel good.
20 No. 20 Hot 100 Hits for 2020: 'December,' 'Our Lips Are Sealed,' 'Slow Ride,' 'Little Talks' & MoreCelebrating the biggest songs that peaked at No. 20. How are they big songs if they didn’t hit the top ten? gthot20 Honorable mention to “Oh Father” by Madonna. It peaked at 20 at the end of 89 and it sadly broke her streak for most consecutive top 10 singles. great