Whatever the Weather
Whatever the Weather
KSAT and Graham Media Group
Whatever the weather, Meteorologists Kaiti Blake and Sarah Spivey have it covered on the local news – for about three minutes, in between commercial breaks. Rarely, though, do they have time to explain weather phenomena in depth. On "Whatever the Weather", Kaiti and Sarah dig deeper and tell you all you want to know about Mother Nature – from tornadoes, to freezing rain, to climate change. They also chat about what it’s like to be broadcast meteorologists, and the challenges they sometimes face in day-to-day TV life. So put on your nerdiest glasses, pop on your best headphones, and enjoy.… Whatever the Weather!
Rock You Like A Hurricane
They're all the rage every summer...hurricanes. But these mammoth storms are complicated, and often lead to widespread destruction. Today, Sarah and Kaiti discuss how hurricanes form and some of the most devastating storms in America's history.
May 29, 2019
48 min
Central Plains Tornado 'Outbreak?' - Weather Roundup
If you watched the national news this week, you probably heard all about the potential for 'catastrophic' and 'deadly' tornadoes across parts of the Texas Panhandle and Oklahoma on Monday, May 20th. The Storm Prediction Center even issued a rare 'high risk' for severe weather...the first one of its kind in over two years. While it was an active day with plenty of severe weather reported, the question remains whether or not the forecast was a bust. Today, Meteorologists Sarah Spivey and Justin Horne recap Monday's events.
May 22, 2019
9 min
Q&YAY
Hey y'all! Thanks for tuning in to another episode of 'Whatever the Weather.' Today, Kaiti and Sarah take turns interviewing each other about life's tough questions like, "Who's your biggest influence?" and silly questions like "What would your theme song be if you ran for president?" You know...all of the hard-hitting questions that you've been DYING to know the answers to ;) Seriously though, Kaiti and Sarah dive deep and hope you learn a little bit more about your local 'weather ladies!' Enjoy! Please remember to review, rate, and subscribe.
May 15, 2019
26 min
Let's Catch Up!
Y'all. Let's be real...we've been incredibly busy over the last few weeks. Today's episode is a short one...a quick catch-up on what's been going on in our world and why we've been MIA recently. But, don't worry! We'll have a fresh ep for you next week! Thanks for your love and support ~ Sarah & Kaiti
May 8, 2019
6 min
Oh Hail No!
Drumroll, please.... Today we have a very special guest, Meteorologist Justin Horne! Throughout his decade-long career, Justin has seen it all as a broadcast meteorologist: tornadoes, snow storms, and hail. Today, Sarah and Kaiti talk with Justin about how these giant chunks of ice develop within thunderstorms, the damage hail can cause, and some historical and monumental hail storms of the past. Enjoy!
Apr 24, 2019
27 min
Thunderstorms
It's the mother of all weather phenomena...thunderstorms! But how the heck do thunderstorms develop? Today, the ladies give you the 411 on these rumbly giants of weather. Kaiti even chats about a thunderstorm that caused quite a bit of fuss in the 1600s.
Apr 17, 2019
30 min
Weather Safety
Severe weather season is upon us! Are you prepared? Today, Kaiti and Sarah discuss ways to stay safe during severe storms and flooding events. The ladies lay out a few legitimate sources for weather like your local news or National Weather Service radios to keep you safe and informed. Bottom line: the automatic forecast on your phone just won't do! Please enjoy today's episode and don't forget to review, rate, and subscribe. Thanks, y'all!
Apr 10, 2019
32 min
You Da Bomb(cyclone)
Oh lordy, we're pretty sure you've heard this buzzword on the national news...a "bomb" cyclone. Yes, these really exist! But they're not quite as rare as you may think. In today's episode, Sarah and Kaiti explain the science behind "explosive cyclogenesis" and interesting historical examples...like 1993's Storm of the Century.
Mar 27, 2019
24 min
Out of This World Atmospheres
The Earth's atmosphere is truly amazing. It's how we breathe and have life! But the atmosphere is not so kind on other planets. Today, Sarah and Kaiti discuss some of the suffocating and extreme atmospheres in our Solar System. The ladies end with a heart-to-heart about some of the challenges of having to deal with self image when working on television. Please don't forget to review, rate, and subscribe!
Mar 20, 2019
35 min
Dastardly Drought
Drought is nature's quiet and slow killer. Responsible for the collapse of many different civilizations, drought continues to have substantial impacts on today's modern economies. In this episode, Sarah and Kaiti explore what events lead up to a drought, how we define it, and interesting historical examples of dry spells. They even manage to throw in a reference to Spongebob ;)
Mar 13, 2019
29 min
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