Weather Gone Wild

The biggest dust storm in living memory rolls into Phoenix on July 5, 2011, reducing visibility to zero. Desert thunderstorms kicked up the mile-high wall of dust and sand. ©Daniel Bryant

Hour 1:           How are we dealing with the huge rain storms, massive tornadoes, seemingly never-ending droughts, and wildfires that suddenly seem to be happening all at once and why are things so bad in Texas? We’ll talk this hour with National Geographic Magazine Senior Editor Peter Miller. His piece “Weather Gone Wild” is the cover story in the September 2012 issue.