Ever since your morning of fame, what impact has it had on your route to work every day? Any new perspectives?
What do you think of the practice of making weather reporters stand outside in storms?
Given your expertise in meteorology, can we ever have a Sharknado?
I grew up watching Tom Skilling on WGN, and always loved his detailed, non-sensationalized delivery of the weather. Are you guys best buds or mortal enemies?
What is commonly misunderstood by the general public about meteorology that you want to correct?
Have you been doing the weather like this all the years but reddit only just found out?
I'm only asking a question because the rules state I have to ask a question. The real reason for writing is just to say you are absolutely fantastic. In the UK, legendary weathermen such as Michael Fish and Ian McGaskill were also hugely popular.
Which reaction from your studio was your favorite after your video went viral on the internet?
Is there anything that you feel is most important to have/do in a broadcast? How have you refined your craft throughout your career?
when does your day start and end? Are you at the station for 12+ hours a day?
What is the longest stretch of time you've ever been on air / at work to cover a significant weather event, and what was the event?
Do you have any #1 dad mugs in your kitchen?
If you weren't a weather man, what career would you have and why?
What are your thoughts on using confidence intervals with weather forecasts? Why aren't they used more?