The course helps put the coronavirus pandemic into historical context.
A Mayo doctor says 80% of people who get the virus won't even know they have it.
It's one of a number of fascinating weather and climate topics on this week's episode.
Red sky at night, sailor's delight?
The former Pro Bowler is speaking out about his traumatic upbringing and living with depression.
Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois are back with the latest episode.
The dry slot put meteorologists in a tough spot in the most recent MN snowstorm.
Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois preview what's to come for Minnesota.
Raise your hand if you remember all of the 70-degree days in March 2012.
Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois talk about the winter storm.
Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois also discuss how difficult it is to explain climate change to the general public.
Way Over Our Heads is a podcast about Minnesota climate and weather.
Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois discuss the latest in Minnesota weather.
A storm the size of India for the weekend? Oh, alright then.
The podcast features hosts Jim du Bois and climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld.
It's pretty unusual to get 75+ inches of snow two years in a row in the Twin Cities.
Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld breaks down a potential snowstorm.
Get the details on Tuesday's storm threat from climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld.
Dialogue Minnesota gets the details on a new cannabis course.
The guys from the Way Over Our Heads podcast just had to bring it up.
It's going to be a wet week, and possibly a very wet September.
The guys also discuss the potential impacts of Hurricane Dorian.
As of Wednesday, the meteorological winter begins in 103 days.
A study says beef and dairy consumption plays a significant role in climate change.