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Ice Station Housman

Ice Station Housman is a show all about the weather – what causes it, what effect it has on us puny humans, and what we can do to improve the weather and/or our reaction to it. Hosted by weather enthusiasts, Jimmy Marks and Joel Housman and ACTUAL METEOROLOGIST Becky DePodwin.
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Jul 18, 2017

On this week's episode, our dynamic trio cover a number of topics including NASA's Juno probe flyby of Jupiter, recent flash flooding, weather twitter, a rogue ice berg, and the upcoming solar eclipse.

Music: This week's outro music was "I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet" by Carol King.

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Show Notes!

LARSON ICE SHELF BREAK OFF

One of the biggest icebergs in recorded history just broke loose from Antarctica

FLASH FLOODING IN ARIZONA

Arizona flash flood sweeps away family relaxing in swimming hole, killing 9

JUNO'S GREAT RED SPOT PICTURES

Juno’s Great Red Spot pics are amazing! Here are some fun facts about Jupiter’s giant storm.

UPCOMING TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE ON AUGUST 21ST, 2017

Map of totality path. 

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