The Weather Warrior, NBC 10 Boston's weather center on wheels, will be visiting area schools and other locations in the coming months to help teach people about meteorology.
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The truck is equipped with a complete weather station to sample the atmosphere around it and has a 360-degree, ultra-high resolution camera, creating an immersive and interactive experience for the viewer.
Upcoming School Visits (will air the following weekday morning between 4 and 7 a.m.)
- Melnea A. Cass Recreational Complex, Boston on May 19 - Pride Flag Raising Ceremony, Boston City Hall Plaza on June 1 - Pride Day, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston on June 2 - Touch a Boat, Hingham, Massachusetts on June 3 - Pride Lights, Boston Center for the Arts on June 5 - East Elementary School, Hingham, Massachusetts on June 7 - CambridgeSide Run/Ride, Cambridge, Massachusetts on August 5
Fill out the form below to request a Weather Warrior visit for your school:
Due to high demand, not all requests can be filled. Please try to combine classes and grades when possible. Most availability is found at least six months in advance.
- Grade 1 through college. - Upon booking a visit, if the school district does not currently report school closings to NBC 10 Boston, the station will reach out to establish the relationship. - Upon booking a visit, in some circumstances we may request a photograph of the extrior of the school for use in a forecast on the day of the visit.
For Planning Purposes:
- Last-minute reschedules may be needed (breaking news, etc.). - Running time: 45 to 60 minutes. - Content: Weather knowledge/safety, tailored to grade level. - Video of students will air on NBC 10 Boston (group shot, no individual zooms). - Responsibility rests with the school to remove minors whose parents have requested they not be featured in media video. - Please have the students watch at least one NBC Boston weather broadcast at home or via the web at NBCBoston.com/weather.