An exciting day!

2010-01-19 23:47:36.000 – Brian Clark,  Observer and Meteorologist

Me and Jim Cantore, live on the Weather Channel

It’s going on midnight right now, and I am only just winding down what did indeed turn out to be an unusually busy Tuesday. Because of the late hour and long day, I am going to keep things brief for this comment, but I at least wanted to take a few minutes to update everyone on what went on today.

In case you missed the comment yesterday or aren’t a fan of the Observatory’s page on Facebook, a crew filming a show for the Weather Channel arrived on the mountain today. This crew included Jim Cantore, a very well known meteorologist and TV personality for the Weather Channel. They spent the better part of today interviewing everyone on the summit, as well as filming outside for a full 30 minute show about the Observatory that will likely air sometime in February.

In addition to shooting footage for this show, Jim also did a couple live feeds for the Weather Channel this evening. I was included on one of those feeds and answered a couple questions that their viewers sent in.In all, it was a very exciting and productive day. It was also a very tiring day, so with that, I’m off to bed to get some rest for yet another crazy day tomorrow!


Brian Clark,  Observer and Meteorologist

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