October 7, 2015

Russian forecast graphics illustrate bombing conditions

Forget the bus stop forecast — state run Russian broadcaster Rossiya 24 offered viewers a bombing forecast.

October 2, 2015

MSNBC adds Joaquin ‘ticker’

MSNBC has been tracking Hurricane Joaquin as part of its rolling coverage this afternoon — and added a ticker of sorts showing the latest data of the storm.

September 25, 2015

Orlando station ventures outdoors for WX coverage

WESH-TV, the Hearst NBC affiliate in Orlando, Fla., has created an outdoor weather studio for its forecasters with the help of Z Space Creative.

September 15, 2015

Memphis station unveils storm chase vehicle

WMC-TV, the Raycom NBC affiliate in Memphis, Tenn., has rolled out its new weather vehicle — StormTracker 5.

September 9, 2015

Forecaster aces 58-character city name

You gotta hand it to British forecaster Liam Dutton.

August 28, 2015

WX Channel typo: ‘Erika’s cone sh*ts east’

Once again, it’s been proven that one small slip of a finger on a keyword can lead to embarrassing gaffes.

August 28, 2015

AccuWeather looks back at Hurricane Katrina

AccuWeather has launched an online news and video center dedicated to Hurricane Katrina on its tenth anniversary.

July 30, 2015

Detroit forecaster’s feet ‘go missing’ in chroma key gaffe

WXYZ-TV meteorologist Dave Rexroth found himself in a bit of an odd situation during one of the Detroit station’s recent forecasts — sans feet.

July 29, 2015

CNN debuts new weather center with chroma key floor

CNN took the wraps off a new weather center that incorporates interactive 3D technology in a unique way — a chroma key floor.

July 16, 2015

Dallas station plugs ‘Thunder Truck’ in over-the-top promo

Our social media streams are abuzz with an over-the-top promo that started airing last month in Dallas promoting KXAS-TV‘s storm chasing vehicle dubbed the “Texas Thunder Truck.”