The Severe Weather Alert Day Takeover
This is the first change you will notice for the Severe Weather Alert Day on our website. The idea behind the day is to give our viewers easy access to the most recent severe weather watches and warnings. A few, quick clicks at the top of the page can get you to closings, details of the weather and radar. For more information on Severe Weather Alert Days click here: www.whsv.com/weather/swad
For instant alerts, sign up for text alerts. A full guide to signing up can be found here: www.whsv.com/blogs/ontheweb/How_to_Sign_up_for_WHSV_Text_Alerts_152075805.html
With this interactive application, you can see how three different conditions, relative humidity, poleward temperature and equatorward temperature. You can create the entire spectrum of weather from severe thunderstorms to blizzards.
Learn how to forecast like professional meteorologists using information you gather from your own backyard. Learn what the different cloud shapes mean and how to use various weather tools to collect data.
An interactive guide to learning how to predict weather.
This website is from the University of Illinois and it is another great place to go if your child is interested in learning about all things weather. The cartoonish appearance, interactive layout and moving graphics really make it perfect to capture a child's attention.
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