Miley, 8 years old, wants to know if water spouts are dangerous?
Flash flooding is the number one storm related killer in the United States.
Question: Trent, 10, wants to know how can it be too hot to fly?
Tropical cyclones are like engines, but instead of fuel they need warm, moist air to survive.
Destination STEM: Meteorology Camp
Africa is a huge continent, so how it “feels” will change depending on where you are.
Sara, 12: Why is this summer’s eclipse such a big deal?
The weather has a big impact on physical activity, especially running.
Ezra there were a number of “ways” Storm Team 3 meteorologists “tracked” hurricane Matthew last fall.
Noah, 13 years old, wants to know… how much advanced math is required for a degree in meteorology?
8 math excelling students from Chatham academy in Savannah stopped by the WSAV studios today.
Payton Caylor wants to know why does the wind change direction and speed?
Question of the Week: Luke wants to know… do you get nervous if you get the weather wrong?
Kyle Dennis answers Naya’s question about what makes the sky appear blue.
Ask any member of Storm Team 3 and I guarantee they will be able to tell you what the weather will be like today, tonight, or over the weeke…
“Hi my name is Reese and i’m a 3rd grader at West Point Elementary School. My question is what do the clouds do for the earth?”
Ava, 10 years old, wants to know the origin of the phrase… March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb.
Layla wants to know about the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologist Kyle Dennis has the answer.
Olivia wanted to know where the phrase “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs” came from. Ariella has the answer.
Student Question: Aleah Calvert of Metter