I have had mostly decent interactions with the media, so I am happy to share the ones I could find.  Mostly, people want to talk to me after a tornado hits a major city, but sometimes they just want to talk to me. I'm not going to go into the weeds with all the pedantry about what was misquoted, misspelled or out of context.  Sometimes a non-expert gets it, sometimes not. They're better at weather than I am at what they do, so I'm not going to complain too loudly.
  • An interview I contributed for the televised version of the two MPR stories above. 
  • An interview about urban tornadoes and human vulnerabilities in urban areas.
  • Well they interviewed me after the Springfield, MA tornado of  2011, but they had an uplink problem, so they just quoted me in the text version of the story  

  • We only go back to 2011, but I always enjoy working with these guys, even as my relationship with the U of MN becomes less and less official.  It all began when Jim du Bois interviewed me about the Minneapolis tornado for the radio show. Here's Part 1 (which has two parts), and here's Part 2 (also with two parts)
  • In 2012 I did a severe weather season video with them
  • In 2013, we doubled up, and talked a lot about the big damaging windstorm of June 21, 2013
    • Video
    • Radio (Part 2 is me, but part 1 is pretty cool too!)
  • And in 2014, our ridiculous winter and climate change.