Weather Geeks

A few members of WGA
Over the past couple of years, I have made many wonderful friends through this blog as we all share a passion for weather.  Every now and then, we meet and hang out at local establishments talking weather, sports, etc.  We have started calling the get togethers, WGA (Weather Geeks Anonymous).  I thought I would share some videos I have shot over the past few months of weather geeks I run into while out and about.  I think you may remember, we started this several months ago with this promotion you still see on TV.




Finish this line... "You might be a weather geek if..." OR Tell me why you're a weather geek.  Send short videos to weather@katv.com

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

want to know if anyone saw the 3 fire balls in the sky last night around 9:30 tp 10 pm . two of them of going west to east and the other 1 was going south to north. they were very pretty and moving at a fast pace and looked like they were burning out as they got lower in the sky.??????????????? the last one seperated and looked like a big and little one as it got lower in the sky.??????? would like to know what they were.thanks

Clarence said...

I have a question. Why is the tempreture lower in Searcy than other locations in Northeast Arkansas? How often are the reporting stations re-calabrated?

Clarence said...

I have a question? Why is the tempture in Searcy lower than other locations in Northeast Arkansas most ot the time? How often is the reporting station re-calabrated? Could it be out of calabration?

Clarence said...

I have a question. Why is the temperture lower in Searcy that most locations in Northeast Arkansas? How often are the reporting stations re-calabrated? Could the station be out of calabration?