Excessive Heat Warnings were in effect for areas of the Ohio/Mid Mississippi Valley and the East Coast. Those are reflected in the icons or text in this video (Hot! or Hot/Humid). Cincinnati only topped out at 92 with a heat index of 100 for July 20.
The strange looking icons on the extended forecast only appeared for a few days around September 1, 1992 with the "early" version of scattered thunderstorms on the regional forecast during September 1992.
Music is "Jenny C" by Peter Buffet
where did you get the ceiling data from? is it some sort of maths equation i have to do?weather.com does not gives me that information
Nice one! Hopefully one day you will probably do a WeatherStar 4000 simulator for Lexington, KY if you got a chance to do it.
I want to say we might have broken a dew point record here where I'm currently working at. The dew point got to as high as 82 degrees yesterday
Damn near perfect, right down to the Local Forecast interlude you chose.
Very well done! Only flaw is the icons for Scattered T'Storms looking a little off; but otherwise looks and sounds like a legit 1992 local forecast – even though it's from 2019. Where do you get your WS-4000 simulator?
I like that playlist, August 1992 through March 1993. Had some good songs on that one, "Weekend In Monaco" by the Rippingtons, this one, "Jenny C" by Peter Buffett, "Lovin You (More)" by After 5 Jazz, "Indian Summer" by the Rippingtons, "Up to Stay" by Danny Heines, "Struttin" by Bobby Lyle.