Introducing the Weather Whys Podcast!

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In this episode, host Ed Oswald discusses how Weather Whys came to be, and what you’ll hear. If you want a quick introduction, this is the episode to listen to!

For full show notes, visit this episode’s page on the Weather Whys Podcast website.

Transcript

[00:00:00] Ed Oswald: ​Welcome to the Weather Whys Podcast. I’m your host Ed Oswald from The Weather Station Experts. I’m glad you could join us and thanks for taking the chance on a brand new podcast.

[00:00:20] So why a podcast? When we started The Weather Station Experts it was more about weather station reviews. Now that we’ve been in business for three years, we have all kinds of weather and climate content, including a ton of educational content, so an audio podcast seemed like a great way to connect with our readers and put a voice to what you’re reading here on the site.

[00:00:40] And as for the name, Weather Whys and that’s spelled W-H-Y-S, our name fits our mission. We are here to answer all the whys and whats you may have ever had about the weather. So, what can you expect from us? first and foremost, this podcast will be educational. We want you to learn something each time you listen, and not have to spend half your day doing it. Most of our podcasts will be less than 10 minutes, and that will make it easy to fit into your listening schedule.

[00:01:05] Next, Weather Whys will always be factual. and facts matter. Science can’t exist without facts. We’ll always present you with information that’s well supported by scientific research.

[00:01:15] And finally we’ve taken great care to ensure that Weather Whys is appropriate for everyone. Content will be suitable for both kids and adults. We will keep things simple where possible. New episodes will be published every other Wednesday with occasional bonus video content from time to time. We’ll also build some exclusive content, but since it’s very early, stay tuned. Our first season, we’ll run through the beginning of summer but we have ideas for future episodes through nearly all of 2024.

[00:01:42] Finally, before we wrap up our first episode, we’d love to hear from you.

[00:01:46] You can email us at [email protected] and please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Also, bookmark weatherwhys.show that’s w H Y S to get to our podcast homepage easily.

[00:02:00] Thanks for listening. We’re excited to get started.

[00:02:04] You have just listened to the Weather Whys Podcast. Weather Whys is a production of The Weather Station Experts and Oz Media. today’s episode was produced by Derek Oswald and myself from our studios here in West Lawn Pennsylvania.

[00:02:16] If you’d like to learn more about Weather Whys visit weatherwhys.show. On our website, you can listen to this episode and any past episodes, as well as get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.

[00:02:27] Don’t forget to subscribe to Weather Whys to get the latest episodes as soon as we release them you can find those links to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, and more on our website as well.

[00:02:37] That’s all for today, be sure to join us again next time when we take a look at 2023’s wild weather. I’m your host, Ed Oswald.

[00:02:43] Have a great week and stay weatherwise.

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About the Author

Ed Oswald

Ed Oswald has nearly two decades of experience in technology and science journalism, and specializes in weather stations and smart home technology. He's written for Digital Trends, PC World, and TechHive. His work has also appeared in the New York Times. When he isn't writing about gadgets, he enjoys chasing severe weather and winter storms.
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