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October 22, 2007

Comments

Susan

Kevin,
I appreciated the job you and John did last week with the severe weather in the area. I guess some people are not interested in the weather unless it directly affects them.
Thanks again!!

Cody

Kevin... You and John were absolutely the best Thursday. The way you put the word out and warning those in danger, sometimes upto 30 minutes ahead of the actual NWS warning. I have to give kudos to your stage crew as well. The camera angels, split screens, and smooth operations were, more than likely, a first for me to see done so diligently. A few suggestions though... I would spend a little more time in front of the green screen, it's just easier to see what you are talking about. Also, maybe explain just a bit more about the icons the viewers see on screen, ex. the downburst, hail, tvs, meso etc... Anyways, great job Thursday! If there were an award to give to the best meteorologists on TV, you both would win hands down.

Fred Alan

I for one am very happy of Wave 3's coverage of the tornadic storm event of Oct 18th, 2007. It helped to save many a educated life! Maybe more tower cams?

Bravo on a job well done!!

Carrie Mann

Hi Kevin, I just wanted to say that you and John were awesome last Thursday night. My mom and I watched all of your coverage and even though I have a weather alarm in my home, I need to see what's going on. Thanks for all of your hard work! Sure, I missed my shows, but it wasn't a big deal at all to catch them later. I agree that saving lives is much more important. Keep up the great work, guys!!

Isaiah T.

Kevin,
I think it was ridiculous that people were calling in the newsroom asking for their shows. I think it is a MUST that you stay on when it comes to life threatening weather. Honestly, for me, that was the most exciting thing I watched on TV since the last severe weather event. I watched all six hours! You made the right decision staying on. I think you guys did a great job.

John Dudgeon

You and John did a great job during the severe weather outbreak. I watched you guys six hours straight waiting to see when storms would arrive in Marion County Kentucky and to see what kind of punch they was going to bring.

By the way Kevin I got to see you at the Ham Days Festival in Lebanon about a year ago.

jeneice zollman

kevin, you did a fantastic job the other night with the bad stroms going on.I live in Scottsburg, and it seems to have been always all the way around us.But you kept me in the know.Great Job!!

Jeneice

Glen Sanders

Several things on global warming. Since I use to live in Yuma AZ and Las Vegas NV I am familiar with hot weather.

We use to have the chamber of Commerce try to roll the temperatures down five or ten degrees in the summer time.

The all time highest temperature recorded in the USA was in Death Vally CA in 1936 at 136 degrees now it is listed at 134 degrees, Why?

I have been in 122 and 124 degrees several times in Yuma AZ abd one time a blower motor went out on our airconditioner and we had to pick it up in Brawely CA while it was was 126.

The question is if we are in global warming why has it not hit 140 degrees in Death Valley in the last five years?

When do we call it a warning climet?

Thank You,

Glen Sanders

Several things on global warming. Since I use to live in Yuma AZ and Las Vegas NV I am familiar with hot weather.

We use to have the chamber of Commerce try to roll the temperatures down five or ten degrees in the summer time.

The all time highest temperature recorded in the USA was in Death Vally CA in 1936 at 136 degrees now it is listed at 134 degrees, Why?

I have been in 122 and 124 degrees several times in Yuma AZ abd one time a blower motor went out on our airconditioner and we had to pick it up in Brawely CA while it was was 126.

The question is if we are in global warming why has it not hit 140 degrees in Death Valley in the last five years?

When do we call it a warning climet?

Thank You,

Glen Sanders

Several things on global warming. Since I use to live in Yuma AZ and Las Vegas NV I am familiar with hot weather.

We use to have the chamber of Commerce try to roll the temperatures down five or ten degrees in the summer time.

The all time highest temperature recorded in the USA was in Death Vally CA in 1936 at 136 degrees now it is listed at 134 degrees, Why?

I have been in 122 and 124 degrees several times in Yuma AZ abd one time a blower motor went out on our airconditioner and we had to pick it up in Brawely CA while it was was 126.

The question is if we are in global warming why has it not hit 140 degrees in Death Valley in the last five years?

When do we call it a warning climet?

Thank You,

Gloria Robbins

Started heavy snow at 745. We have one inch in less than one hour. No other precip before that.

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