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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.
Recent Activity
We are keeping a close watch on Tropical Storm Erika. This storms will very likely pose a significant problem for the Bahamas and parts of Florida early next week. There is still significant uncertainty regarding the strength or the exact path of the storm. Models continue to diverge on specific... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at WBRC Weather
Strong storms will continue to impact West Alabama at least through 4pm. There is a battle between dry air and moist air across the state and you can probably guess where the moist and unstable air is located. Radar imagery from around 1:52m is showing where the most intense storms... Continue reading
Posted Aug 15, 2015 at WBRC Weather
Let me share an opinion and I hope I don't offend lovers of hot and muggy weather. I'm not much of a fan of our recent weather. But, I do love hot and not so muggy weather with a north breeze. Case in point - today's forecast. We're already seeing... Continue reading
Posted Jul 31, 2015 at WBRC Weather
I'm not talking about the Rolling Stones or AC/DC. I'm talking about the types of storms that knock trees down and cause power outages. The atmosphere is primed and ready. I'm sure you can already feel the instability. With dew points in the lower 70s, it is incredibly muggy and... Continue reading
Posted Jul 29, 2015 at WBRC Weather
About the only rain to be found today was either next door in Mississippi or in South Alabama. We officially made it up to 93 degrees in Birmingham. Radar has been showing a clean-sweep for our area and this is likely what we'll continue to see for the next few... Continue reading
Posted Jul 25, 2015 at WBRC Weather
We'll see just a bit of rain and a few thunderstorms this afternoon. Most of the activity will remain west of I-65 and just south of I-20. The chance for severe weather or even a strong storm remains very low. The maps below is showing the Energy Helicity Index this... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2015 at WBRC Weather