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Tim Heller
AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorlogist, talent coach and weather content consultant for local TV stations.
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The Weather Channel Jan 23
The planet had 40 billion-dollar disasters in 2019, the fourth-most on record:
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Tim Heller Jan 17
We left Boston at the right time. No thank you.
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Tim Heller Jan 14
Interesting feedback. Thank you.
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Tim Heller Jan 14
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Tim Heller Jan 14
Best part of is catching up with friends like .
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Tim Heller Jan 14
Replying to @WxStrong
Thanks Hannah!
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Tim Heller Jan 14
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Tim Heller Jan 14
I like this analogy from at : Grass grows naturally, but it grows differently with fertilizer. The climate changes naturally, but it changes differently with warming.
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Tim Heller Jan 14
Congrats TJ!
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Tim Heller Jan 13
Replying to @Hunt_Wx
Congratulations Hunter! Good luck in Austin.
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Jeff Lindner Jan 12
Congratulations to for their special award at for their heroic actions during hurricane Harvey
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Tim Heller Jan 13
Congratulations Jeff and the whole crew at !
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Tim Heller Jan 13
Good idea from at . Study past tornadoes/storms to understand local severe weather climatology: what, when, why, etc.
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Tim Heller Jan 13
Have already run into three colleagues at who are trying to fill broadcast meteorologist positions. Some have been looking for qualified candidates for months.
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Rob Eicher Jan 12
"Climate change is hard. Get over it. Buckle up. It's time to do something." -Gina McCarthy former EPA and current director
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Tim Heller Jan 12
An energetic, motivating presentation from at . To paraphrase her: Climate change is personal. It affects people. Yes, it affects polar bears. But it also affects people.
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Tim Heller Jan 7
How 3 local TV stations are covering the sensitive but important topic of
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Tim Heller Jan 6
“Climate change isn’t something that’s coming. In many ways, it’s already here.” That’s how Jacob Wycoff on begins his report.
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Tim Heller Jan 6
Exactly. That’s why my blog post includes links to the data. So anyone can research climage change for themselves.
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Tim Heller Jan 6
Based on recent trends, I predict 2020 will be the year more local TV stations tackle the sensitive but important topic of climate change.
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