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Watrous latest stop for SkyTracker weather school

WATCH ABOVE: Grade 5 students at Watrous Elementary School became SkyTrackers.

Watrous, Sask., was where meteorologist Peter Quinlan met the final crew of SkyTrackers for the school year.

The eager group of Grade 5 student at Watrous Elementary School had already become atmosphere experts in the weather unit they just completed, but Peter managed to find a few things they hadn’t learned on Tuesday.

READ MORE: Watrous Elementary School students try reporting the weather

The difference between shortwave and longwave radiation was the topic of choice that they had not yet learned and got to share with the world before trying their hand at delivering the forecast.

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

Watrous is roughly 95 kilometres southeast of Saskatoon.

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