Welcome Chad Evans to WLFI

Welcome Chad Evans to WLFI

There are 46 comments on the WLFI Lafayette story from Mar 20, 2009, titled Welcome Chad Evans to WLFI. In it, WLFI Lafayette reports that:

Evans is already experienced with IN weather Updated: Friday, 20 Mar 2009, 3:53 PM EDT Published : Friday, 20 Mar 2009, 3:42 PM EDT WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.

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Right

United States

#42 Apr 14, 2009
John wrote:
Mike, I have enjoyed your tid-bits of "off-center" information making the weather forcasts interesting. These might include the terms of the different moons and annoucing the movement of the shuttle going across the sky. Thanks
Chad, I'm looking forward to seeing what you will bring. I hope not too much snow. ;-)
Just be brief. Tell me what the temperature is going to be tomorrow and if it's going to rain or snow. Then get off the air. If I want a history lesson, I'll look it up online.

Hopefully stations will start using there additional digital channels for breaking weather situations so they don't impact the regular programming. There's nothing worse than watching a program only to have it interrupted at the most inopportune time by coverage of a storm that is happening an hour or more away and doesn't impact you.
john edwards

Mahanoy City, PA

#43 Apr 14, 2009
WLFI are giving this comunity a great service,

and iwould welcome to your weather service.
Bradly Gray

West Lafayette, IN

#44 Apr 15, 2009
Let me just say...Welcome Chad! I am glad to have you in the area. I hope the transition goes well for you.
ISU Alum

Muncie, IN

#45 Apr 15, 2009
Right wrote:
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Just be brief. Tell me what the temperature is going to be tomorrow and if it's going to rain or snow. Then get off the air. If I want a history lesson, I'll look it up online.
Hopefully stations will start using there additional digital channels for breaking weather situations so they don't impact the regular programming. There's nothing worse than watching a program only to have it interrupted at the most inopportune time by coverage of a storm that is happening an hour or more away and doesn't impact you.
So you would like them to wait until it's in the immediate area, so you might not have time to take the necessary precautions?
Marguerite

Peoria, IL

#46 Apr 15, 2009
Mike, you will be missed. Best of Luck to you and your wife.
Right

United States

#48 Apr 16, 2009
ISU Alum wrote:
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So you would like them to wait until it's in the immediate area, so you might not have time to take the necessary precautions?
Umm, that's why they need to use one of their digital channels for weather stuff so it doesn't interrupt the regular programs.

If there are watches or warnings, they can put up the little symbol in the corner of the screen and that can serve as your cue to tune to the alternate digital channel for more in depth weather information.

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