As of yesterday, winter is officially here. This time of year especially, weather affects nearly everything we do. When to travel and whether we have to bundle up to get the mail. Joining us on the show today to talk weather and to take your weather questions is meteorologist Jason Gough of WNYT Newschannel 13 in Albany. Ray Graf hosts.
Climate change is making headlines this week. With the United Nations Climate Summit now in the rearview mirror, what does this mean for weather forecasts going forward? And here in the Great Northeast, we’re reaching the end of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season. It’s time to prepare to face that infamous northeast winter weather.
One year ago today, the region hunkered down and faced Superstorm Sandy. Meanwhile, across the pond, the U.K. and Europe is recovering from a Sandy-like storm that has taken lives and caused untold damage. And now we’re reaching the end of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season and must prepare to face that infamous northeast winter weather.