Episode 23

Shoeprints in the snow, the absence of dew, or maybe DNA preserved in a puddle of rainwater….seemingly trivial clues in an active crime scene, but to forensic meteorologists, these are the subtle leads that can put a suspect away for murder. Dr. Elizabeth Austin, a forensic meteorologist who’s worked on countless criminal cases, joins us to discuss this fascinating profession and her role in The Weather Channel’s new series, Storm of Suspicion, with new episodes on Sundays at 8/7c.

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