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Season 10 (2-17-2009)

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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Season 8 (5-15-2007)

Full Show: Sunny, snowing or blowing, the weather affects everything we do. Scientists study the weather lots of different ways. What's a high or a low front? How does air pressure affect the weather? What makes the wind blow? Our guest experts, Robyn Heffernan of the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise and Scott Dorval, chief meteorologist for KIVI-TV, the ABC affiliate in Boise, offer some answers.

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Video Short: Watch a brief introduction to all things weather.

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Web Extra: Our guest experts answer more questions after the show.

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Season 3 (5-14-2002)

Full Show: What is the first thing you notice when you step outside? More than likely, it's the weather. Sunny, snowing or blowing, the weather affects everything we do. Carl Weinbrecht and Ellie Kelch from the National Weather Service, as well as Scott Dorval, the meteorologist for KBCI-TV, help us learn about meteorology, the science of understanding weather.

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Video Short: The sun is the source of all weather on Earth. Find out more about what makes it rain and how meteorologists forecast a day's high and low temperatures.

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Season 2 (1-9-2001)

Full Show: What is the first thing you notice when you step outside? More than likely, it's the weather. Sunny, snowing or blowing, the weather affects everything we do. Guests Carl Weinbrecht from the National Weather Service and Scott Dorval, meteorologist for KBCI-TV in Boise will help us learn about meteorology - the science of understanding weather.

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