Today, Meteorologist Alex O'Brien visited with students of all ages to talk about severe weather in Colorado.
First, she went to Coronado High School in Colorado Springs to speak with the chemistry students about meteorology and broadcast news as a career. They also discussed notable weather events like the Bomb Cyclone blizzard of 2019, the Fountain hail storms of 2018, and the Waldo Canyon Fire.
Then, she visited the kindergarten students at Ray E Kilmer Elementary in Black Forest. The students learned how to be safe during dangerous weather. They also learned the weather dance!
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Want to get the young scientists and artists in your family involved? Download the First Alert 5 Storm Safe activity book (20MB PDF).
They'll find useful and fun information on winter storms, thunderstorms, lightning, hail, strong winds, tornadoes, flooding, how to be a safety kid, cool ideas for safe at-home experiments, and more!
Your young scientist can also send in a portion of the activity book to be featured in a First Alert 5 forecast.
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