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Tim Chuey’s Weather or Not

They Have Their Own Radio Station?

NOAA All Hazards Weather Radio | Image www.srh.noaa.gov

The National Weather Service has a radio station, but they don’t play music. They give out weather information that is particularly critical during times of severe weather and disasters. I’l explain.

Ahoy there, Matey!

The Rugged Oregon Coast Between Florence and Newport | Photo by Tim Chuey

If you happen to venture into the Pacific Ocean, onto the Pacific Coast, or even if right at the shoreline you need to know what kinds of advisories can be issued and what they mean for your safety.

A Book Report, Really?

Looney Tunes Characters By Mel Blanc | Image scafifx.com

So many things can get us down like the economy, terrorists, wars, natural disasters and more. I thought I’d give you a book report that gives insight into the life of a man who, long after his death, continues makes us laugh because of the way he could manipulate his voice. Mel Blanc, the man of a thousand voices.

Tic-Tac-Toe In The Sky Or Something More Sinister?

"Chemtrails In The Sky" | Photo by cosmicconvergence.org

Are they jet contrails or “chemtrails?” I’ll define and discuss them. You decide what you want to believe.

I Had To Decide “Weather OR Not” For My Future.

Me On TV

I was asked: When did I get interested in weather and what is it that draws me to it? I’ll give you the low down on how my journey around the country forecasting the weather got started.

It Takes More Than Just Flipping A Coin.

NOAA IBM Super Computer Banks | Image by www.noaanews.noaa.gov

We’ve come a long way from just observing the weather to being able to forecast it with a degree of accuracy. I’ll explain the development that has given us a better handle on predicting the weather for more than just one day or so into the future.

Oregon Was The First State To Make It A Holiday.

Labor Day Banner | Image by hmhinthenews.com

The celebration of Labor Day began a long time ago. Find out when it started, who started it, and what it means today. I’ll explain.

We Have It, But It’s Not As Bad As Elsewhere.


We are experiencing drought conditions in Oregon. Where is it the driest and most vulnerable? What is the outlook through October. I’ll explain.

Can The Weather Really Be A “Pain In The Back?”

Back Pain | Photo by www.cafechiropractorwalnutcreek.com

Is there a relationship between the weather and your aches and pains? The study of this relationship is called biometeorology. I’ll explain what the medical research has found.

What’s That “Stuff” In The Sky?


The recent hazy days were the result of wildfires to our south. Find out more and what you can do to help protect your property.

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