Happy Halloween! We have a special edition of Braindrop this Monday!
Braindroplet Vaughn is asking how a tornado forms! Meteorologist Amber Nowaski has that answer in this week's Braindrop.
Ms. Cole's second grade class from Fairview Elementary wants to know how earthquakes happen! We're answering that question with a tasty experiment.
In this week's Braindrop, we're discussing different hail sizes and the science behind it.
Meteorologist Amber Nowaski answers the question, "if three feet of snow falls, then how much water will you get?"
Meteorologist Amber Nowaski has this week's segment of Braindrop. Mrs. Sutton's class from Finley Oats Elementary want to know how hail is formed and what the largest hail recorded was!
Another wonderful question for this week's Braindrop!
Meteorologist Amber Nowaski answer's KTEN Braindroplet Amelia's question about what causes wind.
KTEN meteorologists Amber Nowaski and Alex Schneider show you how to create a "fireworks" display inside a jar.
KTEN meteorologist Amber Nowaski shows how easy it is to make your own rain gauge.