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Matt Sampson

Managing Editor and Host, The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (770) 226-0000

Direct Phone: (770) ***-****direct phone

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The Weather Channel , Inc.

300 Interstate North Parkway

Atlanta, Georgia,30339

United States

Company Description

The Weather Company, an IBM Business, helps people make informed decisions - and take action - in the face of weather. The company offers the most accurate, personalized and actionable weather data and insights to millions of consumers, as well as thousands of...more

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A body of water with a flammable substance on top and weather conditions that whip the fire into a funnel," The Weather Channel's Matt Sampson says in the video.


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As weather.com's Matt Sampson explains, in some cases, these so-called lava trees keep growing for years as a black-charred skeleton.


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As weather.com's Matt Sampson explains in the video above, the moth Esquilin found looks very similar to an imperial moth, which is known for its distinctive yellow color and brown markings.


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by Matt Sampson, weather.com


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by Kerrie Cassani, Matt Sampson, weather.com


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