Brian McInerney

Local News Hour - May 5, 2017

May 5, 2017

On today’s program, National Weather Service Hydrologist Brian McInerney has  an update on the spring runoff and outlook for our summer water resources. Julianne Rosen-Carone, Visitor Information Manager and Ryan Cray, Member Services Manager with the Park City Chamber Bureau discuss the Travel Rally Day on May 9th. Tim LaPage tells us about the new season for the Heber Aviation Museum and Jamie Sheetz, PCHS Athletic Director and Dustin Smith with Especially for Athletes, preview the event w/ 300 students at PCHS Saturday. 

  

All but one of the seven warmest U.S. winters on record have occurred since 1997, with three of those recorded in the 2010’s.  Joining Chris and Nell in the first part of the show is Brian McInerney, Senior Hydrologist with The National Weather Service. Brian discusses what our winter was like here in Utah. Then, in the second part of the program, author Dan Eagan talks about  his book, The Death and Life of the Great Lakes.

This Green Earth - December 20, 2016

Dec 20, 2016

Wednesday, December 21, is officially the shortest day of the year, just one second shorter than the day before. And as it has become a custom, with each winter solstice, Brian McInerney joins Chris and guest co-host Carolyn Murray to discuss our local and regional weather and climate. He joins us to discuss this past autumn’s weather – just how warm it was – and how Mother Nature’s snow making machine is performing to date.

Today’s Cool Science Radio program is a special program on Extreme weather. John and Lynn have assembled an esteemed panel to help navigate many of the questions they have. The Panel is composed of Dr. Rob Davies a physicist and Associate of the Utah Climate Center and Brian McInerney who is the Senior Hydrologist with the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The first guest on the program is Sarina Jepsen of the Xerces Society  who discusses the Rusty Patched Bumble Bee and a proposal to list the bee on the Endangered Species List.  The second guest is Brian McInerney of the National Weather Service.  He discusses why this past summer was so hot and dry.  

 Joining Chris on the first segment of the program is Mike Luers who is the General Manager of the Snyderville Basin Recreation District.  They talk of existing wastewater collection and treatment infrastructure and what plans there might be for expansion.

Then in the second half of the show, National Weather Service Senior Hydrologist,  Brian McInerney, recaps the past three months of weather and climate conditions locally and  throughout the state.

  Today, Brian McInerney from the National Weather Service joins Nell and Chris to discuss this past winter’s weather and climate.  Then Professor Terry Mesmer and Brandon Flack talk about Sage Grouse.  Finally Seth Bockholt brings us up to date on the latest trends in landscape architecture. 

  Chris and Nell’s first guest today is Brian McInerney, Senior Hydrologist at the National Weather Service.  Brian gives us a rundown on last week’s storm as well as this past autumn’s temperatures and precipitation.  On the second half of the program, Katy Wang joins the conversation talking about a documentary film hosted by the Park City film series this weekend. It’s called, This Changes Everything – Capitalism Verses the Climate. There will be a discussion panel that will be held immediately following the showing Sunday night, January third. 

On today's program, Summit County Planner Sean Lewis previews the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission meeting. National Weather Service Hydrologist Brian McInerney talks snow. Ollie Wilder and Mike Ruzek from the Park City Community Foundation have totals from Friday's record breaking Live PC Give PC. Thad McGowen and Kelly Third have details on Tuesday's Nakuru Hope Fundraiser and Park City resident Emma Garrad talks about her third place finish in the Xterra World Championships.

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Watching the weather just got easier in Park City thanks to a new observation station in town. Leslie Thatcher has the story.

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