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Jim Spencer, KXAN Meteorologist

  • September 30, 2020
  • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
  • Zoom

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There’s an overused expression:  if you don’t like the weather in Central Texas, just wait a bit and it’ll change.  Like many overused expressions, it’s true.  In recent weeks we’ve had a devastating heat wave, punctuated by a hurricane or two, followed by a September cold front.  What on earth (literally on earth) is going on?  Jim Spencer,  Chief Meteorologist at KXAN TV, will address these and other Central Texas weather issues at MBC’s September 30th meeting.

 About our speaker: 

Jim has been tracking Central Texas weather at KXAN for thirty years so it is safe to say he has seen it all, almost, because there are always weather changes in store.  Jim came to Austin from Oklahoma where he started his career in meteorology.  In addition to serving up the weather Jim, along with his four-footed sidekick Kaxan, has a long history of community involvement.  Perhaps his best-known effort is the fan drive, helping people without through the Texas summers.

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Agenda:

  • Breakout rooms for networking in small groups
  • Introductions & Announcements
  • Speaker
  • Q&A
  • Have a wonderful Wednesday!


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