Stories can be told from a rain puddle or a pile of snow, but only a forensic meteorologist has the ability to look at these and help solve murders. "Storm of Suspicion" highlights crime and weather and how these two can be intertwined. Elements -- like dew drops or even the temperature -- can be the key to unlocking more clues to solve crimes. The cases that are featured are bone-chilling and almost unbelievable. In some cases, it is seen where a rain puddle can preserve DNA, or a snow pile can feature footprints. Dr. Elizabeth Austin, a forensic meteorologist who has worked on countless cases in which weather and crime go hand in hand plays a part in the series.