Author Archives: Kevin Selle

About Kevin Selle

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

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┬ástories about Facebook’s … Continue reading

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Tick, tick, tick, tick…

I’ve seen small weather updates at the top of my Facebook feed for some time now but this is new. It popped up on top of my feed on Sunday night. Particularly interested in the “See more weather info” at … Continue reading

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Check The Radar

Today we’re instructing the National Weather Service radar network to make some improvements in service of its mission to protect life and property. Effective immediately WSR-88D radar units will do a volume scan only once per hour. This will cut … Continue reading

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To Science Or Not To Science

Subtitle: Would someone please answer the question. The question of how science-y to be during our weather segments is certainly not new but it feels like it has come up again. After a period of, “Yes, do more science. People … Continue reading

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