The longtime meteorologist and public speaker came out as a climate skeptic and is now getting blackballed. From public schools.
As an independent meteorologist, I do a lot of public speaking about weather and climate. I bring my weather program, called “How the Weather Works,
” to elementary and middle schools. Most of the program is about the basics of our atmosphere, and a little bit covers how a forecast is made.
Last year, I started to include a section about global warming — and about how I am a skeptic — towards the end of my program.
At several of the elementary schools, this was actually met with approval. Some teachers approached me at the end of my talk and thanked me for giving the kids a different point of view — since all they hear otherwise is that the future will be a climate calamity.