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Skip Talbot’s Storm Chasing Chronicles: Front Line Storm Spotting

Skip Talbot’s Storm Chasing Chronicles: Front Line Storm Spotting

Filed in College/Adult, Grades 9-12 by on September 1, 2020 • views: 89

Learn about forecasting cold-core tornado events, the supercell cycle process, and how tornadoes form.

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Hurricane Science with NBC 15’s Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls

Hurricane Science with NBC 15’s Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls

Filed in College/Adult, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12 by on September 1, 2020 • views: 104

NBC 15’s Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls explains what value hurricane season forecasts have and much more.

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Tour of NBC 15’s Weather Office by Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls

Tour of NBC 15’s Weather Office by Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls

Filed in College/Adult, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12 by on September 1, 2020 • views: 327

NBC 15’s Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls shares information on his career as a broadcast meteorologist and how that relates to STEM.

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Behind the Scenes Tour with NBC 15’s Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls

Behind the Scenes Tour with NBC 15’s Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls

Filed in College/Adult, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Grades K-2 by on September 1, 2020 • views: 102

Take a behind the scenes weather tour of the NBC 15 studio with Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls.

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Fog presented by WCNC Weather School

Fog presented by WCNC Weather School

Filed in Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12 by on August 30, 2020 • views: 72

Join WCNC’s team of meteorologists for free, easy to learn, fun to watch lessons about atmospheric science, and STEM topics.

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Jet Streams presented by WCNC Weather School

Jet Streams presented by WCNC Weather School

Filed in Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12 by on August 30, 2020 • views: 103

Join WCNC’s team of meteorologists for free, easy to learn, fun to watch lessons about atmospheric science, and STEM topics.

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Weather School for Kids – Winter Storms by ABC 33/40’s Chief Meteorologist James Spann

Weather School for Kids – Winter Storms by ABC 33/40’s Chief Meteorologist James Spann

Filed in Grades 3-5, Grades K-2 by on August 25, 2020 • views: 115

This is an online lesson on meteorology, geared primarily for those in grades 1-5, but older kids and adults will learn as well!

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Weather School for Kids – Tornadoes by James Spann

Weather School for Kids – Tornadoes by James Spann

Filed in Featured, Grades 3-5, Grades K-2 by on August 25, 2020 • views: 108

This is an online lesson on meteorology, geared primarily for those in grades 1-5, but older kids and adults will learn as well!

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Weather School for Kids – Hurricanes by James Spann

Weather School for Kids – Hurricanes by James Spann

Filed in Grades 3-5, Grades K-2 by on August 25, 2020 • views: 92

This is an online lesson on meteorology, geared primarily for those in grades 1-5, but older kids and adults will learn as well!

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Weather School for Kids by James Spann

Weather School for Kids by James Spann

Filed in Grades 3-5, Grades K-2 by on August 25, 2020 • views: 127

This is an online lesson on meteorology, geared primarily for those in grades 1-5, but older kids and adults will learn as well!

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AccuWeather:  Why Do Meteorologists Never Wear Green While On-Screen?

AccuWeather: Why Do Meteorologists Never Wear Green While On-Screen?

Filed in Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Grades K-2 by on August 23, 2020 • views: 57

AccuWeather meteorologist Geoff Cornish dives deep into the mystery behind wearing green clothing on-camera and why you’ll never see it! Literally!

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AccuWeather:  The Sun Doesn’t Always Rise in the East

AccuWeather: The Sun Doesn’t Always Rise in the East

Filed in Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades K-2 by on August 23, 2020 • views: 53

If you pay close attention, you will notice that the sun only rises directly in the east and sets directly in the west two days out of the year. Find out why with AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski.

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AccuWeather:  How Lightning Can Strike the Same Place Twice

AccuWeather: How Lightning Can Strike the Same Place Twice

Filed in College/Adult, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Grades K-2 by on August 23, 2020 • views: 55

Lightning actually can strike the same place twice. It can do that by the use of “needles.” Let’s find out how it works.

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Lisa Spencer Brings You Weather School for Kids: Water Cycle
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Lisa Spencer Brings You Weather School for Kids: Water Cycle

Filed in Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades K-2 by on August 19, 2020 • views: 74

Learning about the water cycle can help you understand the changes in the weather. Lisa Spencer shows you the water cycle basics.

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Lisa Spencer Brings You Weather School for Kids: How to Read a Weather Map
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Lisa Spencer Brings You Weather School for Kids: How to Read a Weather Map

Filed in Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades K-2 by on August 19, 2020 • views: 63

Have you ever wondered what those blue and red lines mean on a weather map? How about the H’s and L’s?

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ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee – Getting Into Meteorology views: 231

Take a trip through Ginger’s past to see how she became a meteorologist and learn how you can become one too.

Climate Central Presents “Climate Change: The Basics” views: 208

This outstanding video is produced by Climate Central’s meteorologist Sean Sublette.

The Final #Datapalooza Twitter Chat Will Be Held on Thursday, Oct. 1st at 12 pm views: 206

This year, @NOAASatellites will be holding its third annual #Datapalooza — a series of Twitter chats that aim to celebrate NOAA data while also making it more accessible.

What is WeatherReady Fest? views: 404

Learn how to be better prepared for a disaster with the Virtual WeatherReady Fest! Billion-dollar weather disasters are a regular occurrence today. The devastating impacts of extreme events like tornado outbreaks, widespread floods, destructive hurricanes, crippling droughts, deadly wildfires, and earthquakes can be reduced by teaching people useful preparedness and resilience techniques.