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James-Paul Dice
Birmingham, AL
Chief Meteorologist at WBRC Fox 6 in Birmingham. AMS CBM and NWA Seals of Approval.
Interests: Meteorology, broadcasting, aviation, computers, science, and history.
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We had an Code Orange for Air Quality today in Jefferson and Shelby Counties. It is quite common that we experience air quality issues during the Summer months. We see that locally and also commonly with our neighbor next door - Atlanta. Our air quality alert today was for ozone.... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at WBRC Weather
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We started the morning off with low clouds and temperatures in the mid 60s. The clouds are starting to clear now with sunshine being reported across much of the area. The only small chance of rain remains in East Alabama. Afternoon high temperatures will reach the lower 80s. Temperatures tonight... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2016 at WBRC Weather
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Models have been advertising a threat for thunderstorms today for over a week. Radar is now indicating thunderstorm development and I expect more widespread development during the afternoon/evening. The good news: These thunderstorms should remain below severe weather limits. The bad news: we could see storms impact baseball practices, the... Continue reading
Posted May 12, 2016 at WBRC Weather
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It looks like we can "cash" in on some good car washing weather. Finally - a chance to get the pollen off the car. We can expect temperatures to reach the mid 70s across much of the area this afternoon. Places west of I-65 could actually see temperatures reach the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 17, 2016 at WBRC Weather
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I actually decided I had better turn on the sprinkler system. The lawn was getting a little crunchy. Despite our recent higher rain chances, the precipitation has been spotty at best. I'm expecting a much hotter and drier weather patten. In fact, we may even be able to escape any... Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2016 at WBRC Weather