10-year-old Will wants to know… Why does his asthma get worse in the summer?
Sarah Kate Shuman, 10, wants to know more about storm chasers.
Meteorologist Lee Haywood explains.
7-year-old Robert wants to know “How hot is lightning?”
The science of tsunamis explained by Meteorologist Lee Haywood
Here in Savannah, we definitely see our share of rain. Little bitty rain… big, heavy rain… rain that comes in sideways… and rain that …
Hurricanes last longer than tornadoes, but both can be very dangerous!
3-year-old Aryanna wants to know if there’s a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow?
This WeatherWise Kids segments shows you how and why rainbows look the way they do!
Aariyana, all our seasonal weather changes lead back to one fundamental idea, Earth isn’t straight up and down.
Most clouds are white, but rain clouds are usually a darker shade of gray.
Thanks to advancements in technology and communication we’ve tripled warning time between 12-15 minutes
Brandon’s Question: How does an EF 5 tornado do more damage than an EF 1?
Well the bright dancing lights of the aurora occur when charged particles from the sun collide with our atmosphere.
Question from 9-year-old Ava
El Niño occurs when ocean water temperatures every few years rise above normal across the Central and Eastern Pacific, near the Equator.
How do fronts form?
Alivia wants to know why snow is white.
This past winter in Savannah the lowest the wind chill got was 9° as many of us were heading to work and school.
Are tornadoes and rainstorms rated the same way? Find out in this week’s WeatherWise Kids.