Author Archives: Kevin Selle

About Kevin Selle

Chief Meteorologist, KFDX-TV. Co-host, WeatherBrains.

A Noisy Haircut

I get my hair cut about once a month. A week or more before the appointment I start getting reminders. An email, a text, a phone call, an automated phone call. I get it. They don’t want me to forget, … Continue reading

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There Is No Normal

I got an email from TheSocReports this morning. Now, this is not a take-down of the service. Do you homework and decide on your own. (Full-disclosure, TheSocReports was an advertiser on WeatherBrains. I have received no money from TheSocReports, or … Continue reading

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Riding Down The Golden Escalator

Some years ago I read “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki.¬†One of the things I remember often from the book is the author’s tale of finally hitting bottom and saying, “when things get to a point where you just … Continue reading

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Cold Tacos

My family ate lunch at Taco Casa on Thursday. Truth be told, this sign thermometer has a history of trouble with temperature extremes, but it is always good for a laugh on TV and social media. An important reminder happened … Continue reading

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Mystery Weatherman

I was lucky to participate in “Where is the Weatherman (woman)” this morning. Keena Crenshaw is a teacher in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Her class called me on Skype this morning and had to determine where in the country I was based … Continue reading

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Lessons From Politics

This is a Facebook invitation from a local artist. Really nice, colorful, engaging work. I’ll probably stop by. Check the orange arrow. The event is Saturday evening and as I write this early Thursday morning the forecast is accurate. The … Continue reading

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We’re the Canaries

I thought it was clever on election night when I started seeing a few tweets go by directed at political forecasters saying, “Not so easy, is it?” (canary in a coal mine) Then came a steady stream of¬†stories about Facebook’s … Continue reading

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