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How to sign your child up for a free NHC hurricane webinar

Do you have a young student in your family interested in the weather?  The National Hurricane Center is offering a free online webinar geared toward kids in grades 3 through 8.  

The free, one-hour-long online webinars will focus on what meteorologists do, what hurricanes are all about, and how information is shared about incoming storms.  Learn more from the NHC here

The first session is on Wednesday, May 12th at 4 p.m.   A second session is open on Tuesday, May 18th. A Spanish session will be offered on Thursday, May 13th at 4 p.m

You can register for the sessions by following the links below:


Not available when the NHC is offering the free seminars?  Don’t forget NBC2’s Weather Class!  We have a large library of weather videos geared toward kids that explain weather tropics from the sea breeze to the tides and everything in between! 

Check it out here!

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