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                   Tuesday, February 17, 2009 - 2:02PM

The Weather Channel: Storm Storm observers feature

By DAN ROBINSON
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LINK: "Storm Storm observers" on weather.com

The Weather Channel has launched a new section of weather.com profiling storm observers and photojournalists they've worked/corresponded with. They were gracious enough to invite me to be included in this new feature. Although I don't feel that I'm worthy to be grouped together on that page with others that I consider to be 'legends' in the observing world, I'm very grateful for the opportunity.

A previously recorded brief interview I did back in 2006 will be airing on TWC at random times throughout the week starting on Sunday, February 22 as part of their 'Tornado Week' series (unfortunately I don't have any information on specific airtimes).

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