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John Hanrahan

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  • Location: Midleton, Cork, Ireland
  • Location: Midleton, Cork, Ireland

    Michael Fish and Paul S did a 15 minute (ish) interview on on a national radio station in Ireland called NewsTalk today. Sorry if the audio quality is a bit bad. The only way I had of recording this today was in my car with a camcorder that I carry incase I encounter any severe wether here in Southern Ireland :wallbash:

    You can download an MP3 of the interview here..... Michael is funny in this one.

    http://www.kdsystems.ie/netweather/Mike_Pa...alk_Ireland.mp3

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
  • Weather Preferences: Cloud 9
  • Location: Cumbria UK
    Michael Fish and Paul S did a 15 minute (ish) interview on on a national radio station in Ireland called NewsTalk today. Sorry if the audio quality is a bit bad. The only way I had of recording this today was in my car with a camcorder that I carry incase I encounter any severe wether here in Southern Ireland :wallbash:

    You can download an MP3 of the interview here..... Michael is funny in this one.

    http://www.kdsystems.ie/netweather/Mike_Pa...alk_Ireland.mp3

    How good is that, heck you sound like a pro.

    Tom

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  • Location: South Derbyshire nr. Burton on Trent, Midlands, UK: alt 262 feet
  • Weather Preferences: Extreme winter cold,heavy bowing snow,freezing fog.Summer 2012
  • Location: South Derbyshire nr. Burton on Trent, Midlands, UK: alt 262 feet

    Thanks for bringing that interview to the forum CID, very interesting to hear Michael and Paul S account of the recent very exciting storm chase, although it does sound very tiring as Michael mentions, just recently I drove from Las Vegas to Yosemite in one day, about 600 to 700 miles, I was absolutely shattered, to do that almost every day for 5 weeks :doh:

    Paul

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  • Location: Midleton, Cork, Ireland
  • Location: Midleton, Cork, Ireland

    I know the feeling Paul. I did the same journey in reverse last year on the Friday of labour day weekend in a 30 ft RV the drove like a wheelbarrow. I think it took me 12 hours or more and was absolutley shattered too. Had some great thunder storms on route though! :)

    Thanks for bringing that interview to the forum CID, very interesting to hear Michael and Paul S account of the recent very exciting storm chase, although it does sound very tiring as Michael mentions, just recently I drove from Las Vegas to Yosemite in one day, about 600 to 700 miles, I was absolutely shattered, to do that almost every day for 5 weeks :doh:

    Paul

    Id hardly say that Tom but thanks anyway.

    How good is that, heck you sound like a pro.

    Tom

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  • Location: South Derbyshire nr. Burton on Trent, Midlands, UK: alt 262 feet
  • Weather Preferences: Extreme winter cold,heavy bowing snow,freezing fog.Summer 2012
  • Location: South Derbyshire nr. Burton on Trent, Midlands, UK: alt 262 feet
    I know the feeling Paul. I did the same journey in reverse last year on the Friday of labour day weekend in a 30 ft RV the drove like a wheelbarrow. I think it took me 12 hours or more and was absolutley shattered too. Had some great thunder storms on route though! :D

    Id hardly say that Tom but thanks anyway.

    Hi again CID,

    Yes the drive took something like 12 hours for me as well, I drove a Cadillac, which accommodated 4 of us including baggage quite easily, we travelled hours via Death Valley with temperatures over 39c, then the rest to Yosemite, where the eventual temperature dropped to 2c, an amazing change of climate from hot desert to Arctic in 12 hours, we even made snowballs, though very tiring was extremely invigorating, I thought I had woken up until I was pulled over by the police for quote ‘erratic driving near dangerous cliff edges’ :) I thought I was driving ok, :) but was obviously more tired than I thought, just goes to show how careful you need to be when driving long distance.

    Paul

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  • Location: south east London
  • Location: south east London

    john, the sound seemed good to me good interview I thought lucky you cought it I'm sure someone can sample it and jig it around a bit and come up with something fun :(

    just think only 10 months to go till next chase day :(

    Ian

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  • Location: Midleton, Cork, Ireland
  • Location: Midleton, Cork, Ireland
    I'm sure someone can sample it and jig it around a bit and come up with something fun :o

    Ian it would be wrong not to! I'm on it mate :lol:

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