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"Weather" (2-17-2009)   Visit the Website

Full Show: Sunny, snowing, raining or blowing, the weather affects everything we do. Scientists study the weather to try to predict what will happen and to save lives. How do they do it? Meteorologists Robyn Heffernan and Scott Dorval provide some answers to this and other questions from kids around the state of Idaho.

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Video Short: Learn how scientists at the National Weather Service office in Boise gather information in order to predict the weather.

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Web Extra: Meteorologists Robyn Heffernan and Scott Dorval stay on to answer more questions about the weather.

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Audio-only MP3 MP3 icon (Click to play; right-click to download)

 

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