Brian McInerney

Earth Day Awards Brunch

The local celebration of Earth Day last weekend included an honor given to Brian McInerney, a National Weather Service hydrologist and frequent guest on KPCW.  Utah Open Lands and the Utah Rivers Council praised McInerney for his many years of focusing on the impacts of climate change. Rick Brough has more:

Local News Hour - April 24, 2018

Apr 24, 2018

      Summit County Sheriffs Department, Andrew Wright and Justin Hemingway talk about a community workshop called Front Line and Blue Line  which is scheduled for May 14th at Ecker Hill Middle School.  Park City Planning Director Bruce Erikson has a preview of the Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Wednesday.  Utah Open Lands Executive Director, Wendy Fisher and National Weather Service Senior Hydrologist, Brian McInerney talk to KPCW about the Brock Evans Earth Day Conservation award given to McInerney for his lifetime of work educating people on the effects of climate change.  

This Green Earth - April 3, 2018

Apr 3, 2018

  

This Green Earth January 2, 2018

Jan 2, 2018

On today's show, Chris and Nell speak first with Brian McInerney of the National Weather Service.  Brian will summarize this fall's temperatures and precipitation and review 2017 as a whole, one of the warmest years on record.  In the second part of the show, Nate Brown of the Audubon Society talks about the results of this year's Christmas Bird Count, including Summit County observations and how bird types and populations are changing as our region warms and habitats shrink. 

 

Local News Hour December 29, 2017

Dec 29, 2017

On today’s program, Brown's Canyon residents Lola Beatlebrox and Sandy and Mike Dean discuss their objections on South Pointe proposal. Summit County Attorney Margaret Olson will be in to talk about how important it is to show up for jury duty and a recent case where no-shows caused a mistrial for an important case out of the Uintah Basin. Then National Weather Service Meteorologist Brian McInerney looks ahead at the new year and whether we should expect high pressure systems, that have been blocking storms coming to Utah, to continue into 2018.

The first guest on the program, Bret Hartl with the Center for Biological Diversity talking about Utah Senators Hatch and Lee’s attempt to gut the Endangered Species Act. Then, Brian McInerney with the National Weather Service stops by to explain why the summer of 2017 was the hottest on record.  Finally, Lisa Yoder, Summit County Sustainability Coordinator joins Chris and Nell to discuss the County’s renewable energy and carbon emissions goals. 

First up on the program is Brian McInerney, Senior Hydrologist with the Naitonal Weather Service.  Brian gives us a summary of the spring melt, our record warm July and the perils of flash flooding. Then, Michelle Dehaan and Clint McAfee from PCMC join Chris and Nell to discuss the city’s annual water quality consumer confidence report. 

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.

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