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 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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This past summer was the warmest on record ,and 2015 is set to become the warmest year ever, surpassing the old record which was set just last year. Joining  hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson  to discuss the planets on-going fever, and what this past summer was like closer to home, is Brian McInerney, senior hydrologist with the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City. In the second half of the show, Judy Dorsey, president of the Brendle Group, joined the show to discuss how businesses and municipalities incorporate concepts of sustainability into their daily practices.

20 people are either dead or missing and presumed dead after 100 year flood event in Southern Utah. Seven were caught while canyoneering in Zion National Park, and 13 were swept away in cars in Hildale, Utah, just South of Zion Park. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

On this episode of Cool Science Radio, host John Wells and guest co-host Matt Abbott speak first with Brian McInerney, hydrologist for the National Weather Service. He talks about seasonal weather trends and the outlook for the summer in terms rainfall. Then, it's Kentaro Toyama, author of Geek Heresy: Rescuing Social Change from the Cult of Technology.

In this edition of This Green Earth Brian McInerney, Senior Hydrologist with the National Weather Service, makes his quarterly visit with Chris and Nell.  They'll discuss the reasons behind our unusually warm Autumn and the record breaking temperatures of December.  Is it a harbinger of things to come? Listen to this podcast of This Green Earth. 

Brian McInerney, Senior Hydrologist with the National Weather Service, joins hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson to discuss all things weather and climate.  He summarizes our past summer's temperatures and precipitation.  He also announces that Park City is getting a new Climate Station at the Public Library.

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