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Minnesota Public Radio Chief Meteorologist Paul Huttner Talks Weather In Minnesota

Minnesota Public Radio Chief Meteorologist Paul Huttner Talks Weather In Minnesota


CONNECTS.>>>MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO CHIEF METEOROLOGIST PAUL HUTTNER WAS IN BEMIDJI TODAY, PART OF A SERIES OF FOUR MPR CONNECTS WHERE HE TALKS ABOUT THE WEATHER, THE CLIMATE AND SOME OF ITS TRENDS. HUTTNER TALKED ABOUT THE FORECAST PROCESS AT MPR, THE COMPUTER MODELS THEY WORK WITH, AND HOW HE DOES A WEATHER FORECAST. HE ALSO SPOKE ABOUT THIS YEAR’S WEATHER IN MINNESOTA AND THE CLIMATE. HUTTNER SAYS THE TWO BIGGEST CLIMATE SIGNALS PEOPLE ARE NOTICING IN MINNESOTA IS THAT THE WEATHER IS GETTING WARMER AND THE WEATHER IS GETTING MORE WET.>>ON AVERAGE, THE WINNERS ARE GETTING MILDER — ON AVERAGE, THE WINTERS ARE GETTING MILDER, OVERALL IN MINNESOTA THEY HAVE WARMED ABOUT 5.7 DEGREES SINCE 1970, SO ALMOST 6 DEGREES WARMER, AND IT DOESN’T MEAN THAT EVERY WINTER IS A MILD WINTER BUT WHEN YOU AVERAGE THE TEMPERATURES OVER TIME, THERE IS A CLEAR WARMING SIGNAL AND ACTUALLY THE STRONGEST SIGNAL IS IN THE WINTER AT NIGHT.>>>THE SERIES IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR MPR TO COME OUT TO DIFFERENT COMMUNITIES IN THE STATE. HUTTNER HAS BEEN ON THE ROAD SINCE MONDAY. MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO OFFICIALS SAY THE SERIES IS A WAY FOR THEM TO CONNECT WITH MEMBERS AND LISTENERS OF MPR.>>IT’S IMPORTANT THAT THE PEOPLE WHO LOVE MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO AND PEOPLE WHO DON’T KNOW ABOUT US CAN COME AND HEAR SOME OF THE THINGS THAT WE TALK

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