60 Second Science 5-27-2020

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“Hey everybody it is Meteorologist Cory Smith for another installment of 60 second science and for today we are talking about weather and about how we actually observe the weather. The are 3 main ways we do this. The first being something you see almost everyday on the newscast and that is radar. Radar lets us see rain, hail, wind speeds, so much and is very important in viewing the weather. When systems are too large for radar sometimes we turn to space and use weather satellites. These are especially useful during tropical season. The third way is through simple observations. Walking outside and seeing what the weather is like. It is very easy and very effective. If you have any science or weather questions make sure to send those in and I will see you guys next time.”