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Leading New York's Advanced Weather Network

Jerry Brotzge is the Program Manager for the New York State Mesonet, a Network of 126 Weather Stations Across the State

Photo by Patrick Dodson.  

ALBANY. N.Y. (September 13, 2018) -- Jerry Brotzge is the program manager for the New York State Mesonet. On this week's UAlbany News Podcast, Brotzge shares how the state-wide weather network helps its users make more informed, weather-based decisions.

The NYS Mesonet was developed and is maintained by atmospheric scientists on UAlbany's campus.

Listen to the episode

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