Get your umbrellas ready! Soaking rain is expected both Thursday night and Saturday for much of North Alabama.
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The Âé¶¹app StormTracker and Chief Meteorologist Taylor Kanost took a trip to Marshall County to visit Brindlee Mountain Elementary School.
Tuesday afternoon, Âé¶¹app StormTracker Meteorologist Grace Anello spent some time at Lynn Fanning Elementary School in Meridianville. She met…
Thanks for a great afternoon, Lynn Fanning!
Chief Meteorologist Taylor Kanost had a great visit with the first graders at Williams Elementary in Huntsville!
It was a fun-filled day of learning Wednesday for the kindergarteners at Goldsmith-Schiffman Elementary School!
On Tuesday, Âé¶¹app Meteorologist Grace Anello and a very special guest went to Lynn Fanning Elementary school!
What a day we had! Âé¶¹app Meteorologist Grace Anello took the trip up to Meridianville Tuesday to visit with first grade at Lynn Fanning Elem…
Chief Meteorologist Taylor Kanost and the preschoolers discussed the four seasons and all of the different weather Alabama has to offer.
This afternoon I visited with all of the second graders at Whitesburg Elementary School!
This afternoon, Âé¶¹app Meteorologist Grace Anello spent some time with the second graders at McDonnell Elementary School!
Meteorologist Grace met with 140 kiddos Monday in both first and fourth grades.
They talked about the energy and electricity in the sky and how the rain and wind from thunderstorms can actually be good for the environment.Â
Thanks for a wonderful afternoon, Providence Elementary!
With literary help of Sally Storm the lightning bolt, Meteorologist Grace spoke to these little ones all about thunder, lightning, and rain.
Grace Anello met with these sweet-hearted students and, with the help of "The Cat in the Hat", she talked with them all about the types of wea…
Several rounds of strong to severe storms are expected across North Alabama this afternoon, overnight, and early Thursday morning.
Did you know that farming is the state of Alabama's leading Industry? Well it is, but it's also an industry that is obviously affected greatly…
Âé¶¹app Meteorologist Grace AnelloÂ and these smart campers talked all about what it means to be a meteorologist and where you can go to colleg…
Strong to severe storms remain possible throughout Monday afternoon and until bedtime. Gusty winds of 60 mph, hail, and flash flooding remain …
Âé¶¹app Meteorologist Grace Anello took a trip to Stevenson Tuesday.
Meteorologist Grace Anello met with students ages 4 through 14 and talked to them all about the weather. She answered their questions about li…
The Âé¶¹app StormTracker Team has issused a 31 Alert Day for severe weather Sunday night and Monday morning.
That's a wrap on the 2022-2023 school year!
Monte Sano Elementary School held Science Day today and Âé¶¹app Meteorologist Grace Anello gave a presentation to over 140 students grades 3rd…
Âé¶¹app Meteorologist Grace Anello spent her afternoon with the sweetest kindergarteners at Riverton Elementary School!
Âé¶¹app StormTracker Meteorologist Grace Anello spent this windy afternoon with some second graders at Riverton Elementary School! These sweet…