Climate Alive! Wild Weather: Megafires and Superstorms (6 minutes)

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Climate Alive! Wild Weather: Tour Recent Megafires and Superstorms From Space in Just 6 Minutes

Climate Alive! with Tom Dilberto

Watch Ocean Today's latest Climate Alive: WILD WEATHER Field Report with NOAA climate scientist Tom Di Liberto as he takes us on a satellite tour of recent hurricanes and wildfires. It's a fascinating, fun way to learn about the ocean/weather/climate connection. 

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Climate Alive! Wild Weather Watch Party

(60 minutes)

Join NOAA Climatologist Tom Di Liberto as he examines the “wild weather.” Dr. Gerry Bell of NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center also provides insight into how meteorologists and climatologists use technology and human skill to create reliable weather and climate forecasts.

Watch the full episode or jump to one of the 3 segments on the Climate Alive! Wild Weather Full Moon Watch Party Archive Page


Host: Symone Barkley

Symone Barkley is the Manager of Education Programs at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland. Symone has studied algae, blue crabs and sand tiger and sandbar sharks over the years. Even with her exciting research experience, Symone’s passion for educating young people remains at the forefront of her priorities. She is proud to be supporting students and teachers in her hometown of Baltimore through her work at National Aquarium and across the country with NOAA Ocean Today.

Tom DiLiberto

Guest: Tom DiLiberto

Tom Di Liberto is a climatologist and science communicator working as the consulting climatologist and social media editor for NOAA’s He spends his days talking and thinking about climate science and climate change, their impacts on society, and how best to create engaging conversations on the topics.

Here is a link to Tom sharing his highlights of a very, very hot 2019.

Climate Alive RECAP 2019 - Marine Heat Waves

Dr. Gerry Bell

Guest: Dr. Gerry Bell

Dr. Gerry Bell is a hurricane climate specialist and research meteorologist at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center (CPC) in Camp Springs, Maryland.

Dr. Bell’s extensive research into the climate factors controlling seasonal hurricane activity contributed to the establishment of NOAA’s seasonal Atlantic hurricane outlooks in 1998. Since that time he has been the lead scientist and forecaster of NOAA’s Seasonal Hurricane Outlook Team, and lead author of the Atlantic hurricane outlooks.