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What is WeatherReady Fest?
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What is WeatherReady Fest?

Filed in Featured by on September 23, 2020 • views: 177

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.

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Weather Experiments: How to Make a Barometer by Hannah Strong
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Weather Experiments: How to Make a Barometer by Hannah Strong

Filed in Featured, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades K-2 by on September 2, 2020 • views: 29

This will be a crafty weather experiment, but it’s one that you will be able to use again and again. A barometer is an instrument we use to measure air pressure.

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Weather School for Kids – Tornadoes by James Spann
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Weather School for Kids – Tornadoes by James Spann

Filed in Featured, Grades 3-5, Grades K-2 by on August 25, 2020 • views: 34

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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How Does a Weather Forecaster Know What to Forecast?
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How Does a Weather Forecaster Know What to Forecast?

Filed in Featured, Grades 9-12 by on May 30, 2020 • views: 146

WUSA 9 Chief Meteorologist Topper Shutt answers viewers’ questions about how he uses GOES satellite data to accurately predict the weather. Video from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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How Do We Use GOES Satellites?
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How Do We Use GOES Satellites?

Filed in Featured, Grades 9-12 by on May 30, 2020 • views: 138

Operated by NOAA and launched by NASA, GOES-P will continue providing critical data used for real-time weather prediction on Earth as well as space weather events, and search and rescue efforts.

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The Unsolved Mystery of Tornadoes
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The Unsolved Mystery of Tornadoes

Filed in Featured, Grades 9-12 by on May 29, 2020 • views: 181

This is a great video on The Unsolved Mysteries of Tornadoes with the late Severe Storm Researcher, Tim Samaras. Video from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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What is In-Cloud Lightning?
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What is In-Cloud Lightning?

Filed in Featured, Grades 6-8 by on May 29, 2020 • views: 168

What is in-cloud lightning? Can it help us predict violent storms? Find out in this animated SciJinks video. Video from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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What is the Jet Stream?
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What is the Jet Stream?

Filed in Featured, Grades 6-8 by on May 29, 2020 • views: 179

Jet streams are bands of strong wind that generally blow from west to east all across the globe. They impact weather, air travel and many other things that take place in our atmosphere.

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Stormy Space Weather
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Stormy Space Weather

Filed in Featured, Grades 6-8 by on May 29, 2020 • views: 175

What is space weather and how can satellites help monitor it? Check out this fun animation to find out. Video from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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Advanced Storm Spotter Training
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Advanced Storm Spotter Training

Filed in College/Adult, Featured by on May 28, 2020 • views: 151

Advanced Severe Weather Topics for Storm Spotters given by the National Weather Service forecast office in Norman, Oklahoma. Online training recorded on March 30, 2020.

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Basic Storm Spotter Training
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Basic Storm Spotter Training

Filed in College/Adult, Featured by on May 28, 2020 • views: 164

Recorded at the Pelham Civic Complex before a big crowd in March 2019. The trainer is Brian Peters, former WCM (Warning Coordination Meteorologist) for NWS Birmingham, now on the ABC 33/40 Weather Team.

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Severe Weather & General Safety
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Severe Weather & General Safety

Filed in College/Adult, Featured by on May 28, 2020 • views: 150

Todd Barron, the Warning Coordination Meteorologist at the National Weather Service forecast office in Huntsville, Alabama, shares a video on knowing your impacts with severe weather.

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Ward’s Flood Plain Model Explained
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Ward’s Flood Plain Model Explained

Filed in Featured, Grades 3-5, Grades K-2 by on May 28, 2020 • views: 210

National Weather Service Hydrologist, James LaRosa, demonstrates the Wards Flood Plain Model. Thank you to the National Weather Service office in Nashville, Tennessee.

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An Exciting Set Of Speakers To Appear At WRF 2019
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An Exciting Set Of Speakers To Appear At WRF 2019

Filed in Featured, News by on September 5, 2019 • views: 976

We have an incredible list of speakers lined up for the WeatherReady Fest 2019 Speaker Series, ranging from weather history to preparing for emergencies to the climate.

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WeatherReady Fest Welcomes Our Special Guest: Ginger Zee
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WeatherReady Fest Welcomes Our Special Guest: Ginger Zee

Filed in Featured, News by on August 16, 2018 • views: 1769

That’s right, folks… Ginger Zee, ABC’s Good Morning America and ABC News’ chief meteorologist, and the 2nd runner-up from season 22 of ABC’s Dancing With The Stars, will be at WeatherReady Fest on August 25th, 2018.

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The Final #Datapalooza Twitter Chat Will Be Held on Thursday, Oct. 1st at 12 pm views: 8

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.

AccuWeather Ready: 3 Tips to Keep Your Pet Calm During a Thunderstorm views: 16

Even though thunderstorms are a regular weather occurrence, some pets just can’t handle them.

Meteorologist Cyrena Arnold Reads from Her Book “The Weather Story” views: 22

Cyrena Arnold reads from her book “The Weather Story” to help teach young children the basics of the weather and not to be scared of bad weather.

The 4th #Datapalooza Twitter Chat Will Be Held on Thursday, Sept. 24th at 12 pm views: 14

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.