April 1, 2011
Here in New England, the weather is often unpredictable. Seasoned New Englanders often say to each other and to befuddled visitors or newcomers, “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes.” Today, there is a late season nor’easter sweeping through New England like an April Fool’s prank. There is rain and snow and slush everywhere.
Unfortunately, the weather has upset our work and travel schedules, so my father and I are unable to carry out our scheduled interview update about Fukushima today. Thus, we are postponing to Sunday, April 3rd. We plan to record the interview in the early afternoon.
We apologize for such a big gap in interviews. To tide you over until Sunday, we recommend taking a look at the information on the IAEA and NEI websites:
I’ve already received a few questions for Sunday, but please continue to send questions and comments to georn[email protected]. You can also follow me on twitter @GeoEvelyn.