Weather Channel September Newsletter

Fall into Foliage

Leaf peeping tips & tricks from The Weather Channel


Be ready for Autumn’s brilliant color show with The Weather Channel

Immerse yourself in a landscape painted with bright yellows and vibrant reds during the fall foliage season. Beginning in early September, people flock to the mountains from New England to the Rockies to catch a glimpse of nature’s splendor. Visit to find the best fall color viewing by state and region, recommendations on top fall getaways and more.

Plus, upload your very own leaf peeping adventure photos.


On The Weather Channel

On April 27th Juston and Simon, the stars of Storm Riders, were in place to witness the deadliest outbreak of tornadoes in almost 40 years. Join these two in Tuscaloosa, Alabama for a trip you won’t forget.

Watch Storm Riders on Tuesday, 9/27 at 9/8c.


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Did you know?

Ten inches of rain or more fell over 10 states due to Tropical Storm Lee. More than 10 rivers rose to record levels in the northeast U.S.


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Bryan Norcross

Meet a Met

Who: Bryan Norcross, Hurricane Specialist

Hometown: Melbourne, FL

Hobbies: Travel, running, speed walking and ping pong


Interesting Facts: I started in TV as an engineer in Tallahassee while I was at Florida State University and later worked my way into on-camera meteorology while studying for a master’s degree. Most people don’t know that I was the first weekend weathercaster on CNN.



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The Latest Buzz

Thanks to our partnership with Twitter, social media has helped enhance our coverage of severe weather to the most local level.

The Weather Channel Social allowed people affected by Irene to reach out to their neighbors for key local information pertaining to surge potential, power outages, traffic, and much more. At one point during Irene, New Yorkers were tweeting an average of once every 1.4 seconds about the storm, sharing the information needed to keep their neighbors safe.

Storify, a social media tool that aggregates online stories and pictures, also helped us tell the story of devastating floods in Vermont and the Catskills in New York. Check out how the story unfolded.

Meteorologist Mark Elliot shares top trends on The Weather Channel


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