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École Sister O’Brien students creating weather instruments

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WATCH ABOVE: Grade 5 students at École Sister O’Brien School in Saskatoon took part in a SkyTracker weather school with meteorologist Peter Quinlan – Oct 2, 2018

The Grade 5s at École Sister O’Brien School were busy beavering away on building their own weather instruments.

They not only showed meteorologist Peter Quinlan what they had built, but they also taught him how to pronounce the names of each instrument in French.

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The Saskatoon students were curious about how professionals measure weather conditions after showing Global News viewers how their instruments work.

If you would like to setup a SkyTracker weather school visit, email peter.quinlan@globalnews.ca.

For weather on the go, download the Global News SkyTracker weather app for iPhone, iPad or Android.

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