HEY GANG! HOW’S IT GOING OUT THERE?
As we roll on into another Marquette County week, it bears mentioning that even though it’s spring (according to the calendar), it’s still pretty dang cold out. Yes, I know it’s still March and so on, but it would be nice if it warmed up.
Also, it’s cold out and the State of Michigan wants us to know that this week is Severe Weather Awareness Week with a focus on Spring and Summer. Did I mention it was a whopping 10 degrees this morning? Boy…if I could only get my hand on one of those guys who forecast the weather! I’d show him! But how to do it? HMMMM…..
MATT ZIKA JOINS US FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.
NWS METEOROLOGIST MATT ZIKA.
A regular to the program for several years, Matt Zika, Warning Co-ordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Negaunee Township, joined Mark and Walt to discuss Severe Weather Awareness Week. This week is a time to get prepared for the possibility of severe weather such as tornados, strong thunderstorms and heavy rains during this spring and summer.
Matt discussed a series of ways to be ready for sudden changes in the weather such as having a NOAA-approved weather radio and more. He also dicussed an upcoming training session for folks interested in becoming storm spotters and weather watchers for the National Weather Service.
You can listen to the interview with Matt by clicking “HERE“. To log on to the National Weather Service website, please click “HERE.”
ROLLIN’, ROLLIN’, ROLLIN’!
Rollin’ on, man. Rollin’ across the floor!
Rollin’ on, my friends. Rollin’ on out the door!
Rollin’ on, man, Rollin’ On.
Rollin’ on, man. Rollin’ On for shore!!!!
– Blind Lemony Lindala