The Weather Channel’s ‘Storm of Suspicion’ Will Send Chills Down Your Spine

You may look at a rain puddle or pile of snow and not think twice about it, but for a forensic meteorologist, those weather elements could hold the key to solving a murder. ‘Storm of Suspicion’ is The Weather Channel’s new series that airs every Sunday at 8/7c and we guarantee you will never look at weather the same again. The series highlights cases were crime and weather are intertwined and elements like dew drops and temperatures become the center of investigations. Here’s a look at the official trailer for the bone-chilling series:

Each episode of the new series follows a criminal case where weather helped commit a crime, cover it up, or was a useful tool is revealing the culprit(s). The cases highlighted in the series are bone-chilling and nearly unbelievable, and you’ll never be able to see some weather events the same again. Footprints in snow lead to the arrests of murderers. Dew drops point to potential perpetrators. Puddles of rain preserve criminals’ DNA.

During the series, you’ll be introduced to Dr. Elizabeth Austin, a forensic meteorologist who has worked on countless cases where weather and crime came head to head. Her expertise is unparalleled, and we guarantee you’ll be captivated when you hear her talk about her unique career field.

Only The Weather Channel can bring you closer to these kinds of true crime stories. You can watch the crime-riddled series every Sunday at 8/7c on The Weather Channel.


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  1. The story of the missing child in a tornado that hit Albany Georgia in Jan 2017 would be a good story. It is believed the child was already gone before the storm and the storm was used to possibly help them get away with doing something to the child.

  2. Since I am already totally addicted to The Weather Channel, I am so looking forward to this series being added to the lineup. Should combine my fascination with both weather and mysteries. Very cool!