Braindrop: How do meteorologists predict the weather?
Braindrop: How do meteorologists predict the weather?

Braindroplet Codi wants to know how meteorologists predict the weather. We have a fun behind the scenes look!

Braindrop: How do earthquakes happen?

Braindrop: How do earthquakes happen?

Ms. Cole's second grade class from Fairview Elementary wants to know how earthquakes happen! We're answering that question with a tasty experiment.

Braindrop: Hail Sizes

Braindrop: Hail Sizes

In this week's Braindrop, we're discussing different hail sizes and the science behind it.

Braindrop: Snow to Liquid Equivalent

Braindrop: Snow to Liquid Equivalent

Meteorologist Amber Nowaski answers the question, "if three feet of snow falls, then how much water will you get?"

Braindrop: How are hailstones formed?

Braindrop: How are hailstones formed?

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!

Braindrop: When will it snow again?

Braindrop: When will it snow again?

Another wonderful question for this week's Braindrop!

Braindrop: What causes wind?

Braindrop: What causes wind?

Meteorologist Amber Nowaski answer's KTEN Braindroplet Amelia's question about what causes wind.

Exclusive interview with NASA Oceanographer Bridget Seeger

Exclusive interview with NASA Oceanographer Bridget Seeger

NASA and NOAA have released the latest global temperature update for 2021 and Meteorologist Amber Nowaski sat down with Bridget Seegar, a NASA Oceanographer, to learn more. 

Science Experiment: Static Electricity

Science Experiment: Static Electricity

In this week's experiment, Meteorologist Amber Nowaski explains static electricity.

Why is Rudolph's nose red?

Why is Rudolph's nose red?

Meteorologist Amber Nowaski and Meteorologist Alex Schneider explain the science behind Rudolph's red nose.

Science Experiment: The effect of salt on ice

Science Experiment: The effect of salt on ice

In this week's episode, we discuss how salt affects the properties of water!

Science Experiment: Relating pressure and volume

Science Experiment: Relating pressure and volume

In this week's experiment we are discussing how pressure and volume are related!

Weather Lab: Floating M&M's

Weather Lab: Floating M&M's

KTEN Meteorologist Amber Nowaski explains soluble materials using M&Ms.

Science Experiment: Dancing Popcorn

Science Experiment: Dancing Popcorn

In this week's experiment we're having fun with popcorn and chemistry!

Weather Experiment: Fun with pumpkins

Weather Experiment: Fun with pumpkins

In this week's experiment, we're having fun with pumpkins!

Weather Experiment: Explaining cold fronts

Weather Experiment: Explaining cold fronts

In today's experiment we are learning about cold fronts and the science behind them!

Weather Lab: Elephant Toothpaste

Weather Lab: Elephant Toothpaste

In today's experiment we're making elephant toothpaste!

Weather Lab: Water cycle in a plastic bag

Weather Lab: Water cycle in a plastic bag

For this week's Weather Lab experiment, we are making a water cycle in a bag!

Weather Lab: Liquid density fireworks

Weather Lab: Liquid density fireworks

KTEN meteorologists Amber Nowaski and Alex Schneider show you how to create a "fireworks" display inside a jar.

Weather Lab: Make your own rain gauge

Weather Lab: Make your own rain gauge

KTEN meteorologist Amber Nowaski shows how easy it is to make your own rain gauge.

Why is the sky blue?

Why is the sky blue?

Why is the sky blue? We’ll explain in today’s weather experiment using milk, water, a flashlight and a clear jar!

Making an ice cube rope

Making an ice cube rope

In today's experiment, we're making an ice cube rope!

Making frost in a jar

Making frost in a jar

No frost anytime soon here in Texoma, so we’re making frost in a jar!

How air pressure and temperature are related

How air pressure and temperature are related

Today's experiment explains how air pressure and temperature are related.

Make your own barometer

Make your own barometer

Today we are making a barometer! It measures air pressure, and you can learn how to make one with your kids.

Shaving cream rain clouds

Shaving cream rain clouds

Today we're making colorful shaving cream rain clouds!

Boy, 7, drowns at Lake Murray

Boy, 7, drowns at Lake Murray

John Massey honored for service to Oklahoma

John Massey honored for service to Oklahoma

New sidewalks for Pottsboro students

New sidewalks for Pottsboro students

Bidding is open for Choctaw hunting, grazing leases

Bidding is open for Choctaw hunting, grazing leases

Choctaw Nation outlines new COVID relief funding

Choctaw Nation outlines new COVID relief funding

Murray State will convert dorm to hotel

Murray State will convert dorm to hotel