The Weather Show!
03/08/10 12:00PM By Jane Lindholm
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Weather forecasters say we've had a dry winter because of El Nino and Arctic Oscillation, which shifted the storm track to the south. If you don't really understand what that means, you're not alone! That's why it's time for Vermont Edition's weather show. Mark Breen, senior meteorologist from the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, and Andy Nash of the National Weather Service in Burlington are going to break down these terms for us and tell us what's in store in the upcoming months. Listen
Also, what's on your lawn? The EPA estimates that Americans put 70 million pounds of pesticides on their lawns each year. Environmental reporter Candace Page explains the health and environmental impact of all those chemicals, and tells us about a new effort to teach people alternatives to traditional lawn maintenance. Listen