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AccuWeather’s founder, Dr. Joel N. Myers, at his desk in 2012 and 1973. Dr. Myers pitched 25,000 potential clients to get his first 100.
Dr. Joe Sobel, in his radio booth in 1978 and 2012. AccuWeather does hundreds of radio broadcasts per day to hundreds of clients.
Dan Kottlowski (shown here in 1982 and 2012) has done over 30,000 TV client weather briefings since 1976.
Elliot Abrams is one of two people in the world who has earned the accredited status of Certified Consulting Meteorologist along with the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Seal of Approval for both radio and television.
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Despite Tuesday, March 20 marking the first day of spring, it certainly will not feel like it to those in the mid-Atlantic, where a quick-hitting snow event is expected.
A spell of unseasonable warmth in Germany will be replaced by arctic cold through Sunday as the “Beast from the East” returns.
Lives and property will be in severe danger across northern and eastern Madagascar as a potent tropical cyclone unloads torrential rain through Sunday night.
Disruptive snow will spread from the central Rockies to a portion of the Plains as a new storm takes shape spanning Sunday to Monday.
As a second storm in three days pushes east of the Rockies, locally severe storms may erupt over parts of the south-central United States on Sunday.
Conditions are ideal for wildfire ignition and rapid spread over the southern Plains into Friday night.
This weekend will bring a great opportunity for stargazers to see the zodiacal light, an eerie glow near the horizon which is only visible around the equinox.
The St. Patrick's Day Parade in Boston will go on and so will winter for this year's festivities.