Meteorologist Bradon Long, WPMT FOX43

Meteorologist Bradon Long


Harrisburg, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Meteorologist:

An early, spooky treat in 'Young Frankenstein'

Putting the Mel Brooks film to the stage brings new elements to the show the cast says, but not without its revered charm. → Read More

Four kids, one super group, and a regional theatre debut

Take a step back in time to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons in "Jersey Boys." → Read More

"It would be Agnes on steroids."

As climate change continues to warm our ocean waters, scientists are concerned the about future tropical activity should a storm take a similar path to Agnes. → Read More

Five days, one legendary rewrite in 'Moonlight and Magnolias'

Producer David O. Selznick hated the direction "Gone with the Wind" was headed, snapped up two Hollywood elites, and rewrote the entire film in five days. → Read More

Revisit a southern film favorite on stage in 'Steel Magnolias'

Lots of hair, love, and loss show the bonds of friendship in this stage adaptation of the 1989 film. → Read More

Fulton Theatre's 'Sweat' recalls local community's economic, racial struggle

The playwright for the Pulitzer Prize-winning production used Reading, Pennsylvania as the inspiration of economic downturn and racial tension. → Read More

The impact of a warming ocean, even decades after stopping pollution cold turkey

Even if we stopped emitting 100% of carbon dioxide today, the oceans would warm the atmosphere for decades. → Read More

White Christmas? Really doesn't happen often for us

Harrisburg hasn't had new snow on the ground for Christmas since 2017. That was a trace. → Read More

Legislative gridlock battles the future of climate change in Pa.

There are a variety of ways people think we should tackle the impacts of climate change, from legislative acts to grassroots efforts. → Read More

How oil and gas companies have influenced the climate narrative

In a hearing last month, top oil and gas executives admitted that climate change is real, but were not as forthcoming as to their previous knowledge of the issue. → Read More

Creative Pursuits Academy debuts the Addams Family Musical

Catch the free Creative Pursuits Academy production for one weekend only, Oct. 22 and Oct. 23, in Lancaster County. → Read More

Will our historic August and September rainfall affect our fall colors?

Temperature, daylight, and amount of rainfall all affect the colors we see. → Read More

It's time we talked about the 'cone of uncertainty'

Meteorologists battle the struggle of informing the public days in advance, on a complex issue, while keeping confidence in the science. → Read More

Recapping our Climate Smart Series

It's never easy to talk about climate. But, it's vitally important to our past, present and future. → Read More

How 800,000-year old Antarctic ice turned into a clear case for climate change: Climate Smart

"The amount of carbon in the atmosphere has been going up and down at the speed of a tortoise. The change in the last 100 years... it's a bullet." → Read More

Making sense of all those confusing terms in the lifecycle of a hurricane

From potential tropical cyclone to post-tropical depression, there are plenty of terms to be confused by. → Read More

Breaking another carbon record as global temperature warms

Peak atmospheric CO2 reached another record this year. → Read More

NOAA releases updated climate normals

Every 10 years, NOAA releases the new analysis. What does it tell us about climate change? → Read More

Celebrating Earth Day turning 51

20 million people across the U.S. marched for the planet on April 22nd, 1970. The planet has changed since then. → Read More

A "pink" super moon this month?? Here's what to expect

The pink super moon, isn't exactly pink. → Read More