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
While it may seem as though lightning and thunder are happening at the same time in a nearby thunderstorm, it is actually the lightning that…
Winter weather forecasting can be tricky, but let’s break it down.
Evan, 1st grade: How does fog work?
Ariella joined West Chatham Elementary School in their winter production “FLAKES”
Math helps meteorologists understand how the atmosphere works.
Find out why the wind strengthens as you move higher in the atmosphere.
11-year-old Isiah wants to know if weather played a role in the presidential outcome.
This week’s Weather Wise Kid wanted to know, “Why does the sun go down?” Well the sun never truly goes down. It actually stays in the center…
Josh, 10 years old, wants to know why it takes so long to restore power after a storm hits.
Anyone who has spent time with a dog knows they have excellent senses. Your dog can hear sounds and smell odors way before you, Sofie Beth. …
Jacob Vosburgh, Gould Elementary, Question: Which is stronger, a tornado or a hurricane?
9-year-old Lily loves going to the beach, and she wants to know what’s the biggest wave ever recorded.
Taggart Cushman, 2nd Grader: Why do we have rain?
10-year-old Greta wants to know where’s the wettest place on Earth?
Meteorologist Lee Haywood explains.
Trent, 9 years old, wants to know if a person can get struck by lightning more than once?