Re-visiting a few sites from last week with new information, this week we take a look at:
*Cleaning up plastic pollution and using social media to spread the word
*Smoke from Mexican wildfires may head into the Mid-South, and a few great air quality and atmospheric data websites to use to track that and other phenomenon
*Local events including clean-up efforts from Wolf River Conservancy; supporting Project Greenfork and the latest events from Memphis City Beautiful and the Memphis/Shelby County Office of Sustainability
Dry, pleasant and mild for the last Sunday of April 2019 in the Mid-South. More showers and thunderstorms return to the area this week into early May. More on your into-the-week forecast with meteorologist Austen Onek- WREG on tonight’s exclusive WREG News Channel 3 video weatherblog Weather Overtime! //ShareAndEnjoy
Latter half of the weekend allowed us to dry out… right before more rain arrives. More on what could be a soggy week ahead, along with a look at how YOU can get ready for severe weather in the Mid-South.
All that and a lot more with meteorologist Austen Onek- WREG on WREG News Channel 3 exclusive video weatherblog Weather Overtime.
WREG Meteorologist Austen Onek with the first episode of March 2019. In tonight’s edition:
*Air quality in the Mid-South
*Time left until Earth Hour 2019
*The Youth Climate March and other Climate Activism events local and around the world. Just kids playing hooky or can they change the world with their efforts?
All that, and a look at how much rain forest space has been saved by http://www.therainforestsite.com in 2019.
Got local environmental, ecology, recycling, clean-up, conservation events? Drop me a line at austen.onek@WREG.com.
Another chance for (minor amounts of) winter weather in parts of the WREG News Channel 3 viewing area. Meteorologist has all the details on tonight’s exclusive video weatherblog Weather Overtime for Saturday, March 2. //ShareAndEnjoy
WREG Meteorologist Austen Onek with this week’s environmental videoblog #YourEnvironment – – –
In this week’s edition:
* Counting down until Earth Hour 2019
* earth.nullschool.net visble Earth data in 3-D format, including ocean currents and atmospheric dust
* Sea Surface Temperatures, and why they matter
* Human garbage stacking up in ocean gyres
All that, and much more, including a look at this week’s tally of http://www.therainforestsite.com amount of #rainforest space saved by clicking The Big Green Button.
More available at http://www.wreg.com/weather/environment/
Quiet end to a busy weekend with tons of sunshine for Sunday. Next week, March comes in like a lion with thunderstorms and colder weather by week’s end. More on your forecast, and more of your weatherpix, coming up on Sunday night’s edition of WREG News Channel 3 video weatherblog Weather Overtime with meteorologist Austen Onek- WREG. //ShareAndEnjoy