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Today on the Daily Beat, Tuesday, March 21, 2017: Jan Null joins the show to discuss El Niño, common misconceptions about the weather phenomenon, and how it’s one of many factors in global warming and cooling.
Jan Null is a certified consulting meteorologist in the San Francisco Bay Area. He served as the National Weather Service’s Lead Forecaster for 23 years, and as an adjunct professor and lecturer at San Francisco State University and San Jose State, and has been writing and researching about El Niño since the early 1990s. He is also the founder of Golden Gate Weather Services.
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