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.
WSAV Meteorologist Lee Haywood answers WeatherWise Kids question.
Haven, a student of Metter Elementary, wants to know how did I become a meteorologist? Well Haven, four of us make up Storm Team 3. We all …
Can you even imagine a world without computers, iPhones, or even calculators? Well, not long ago we didn’t have any of it! So before we had …
Wind is air in motion. Wind can range from a cooling breeze on a hot summer day…to powerful and damaging winds capable of bringing down tree…
WeatherWise Kids question of the week.
5-year-old Cash wants to know… “What is the largest hurricane to hit Savannah?”
Savannah’s WSAV News 3 Meteorologist Matt Devitt answers how category 5 hurricanes form.
WSAV News 3 Meteorologist Lee Haywood answers today’s WeatherWise Kids question.
Drake Waters of Hesse Elementary in Savannah wants to know… “How do tornadoes end?”
WeatherWise Kids question of the week answered by Chief Meteorologist Kris Allred.
If the eruption is large enough, volcanoes can change the weather both close-by…and even around the world! A volcano is a mountain or hill w…
Lee Haywood answers the WeatherWise Kids question of the day.
Noah Burnham wants to know how long does a drought normally last?