Way Over Our Heads podcast: Spring fever, March tornadoes, weather's relationship with disease and more

A fascinating look at weather and climate in Minnesota.
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The guys from the Way Over Our Heads podcast are back, and this week's episode was recorded from the banks of Minnehaha Creek during beautiful weekend in Minneapolis. 

Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois discuss the unseasonably warm March temperatures, the relationship between weather/climate and disease (COVID-19), the potential for spring flooding, deadly tornadoes in Tennessee, and the myth of the high school state tournament snowstorms. 

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