Forensic experts and law enforcement officers hope to turn the center into the world’s biggest of its kind, enabling researchers to study fa…
Nan Gray Davis Elementary 3rd grade with Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls
Hollingers Island Elementary 3rd grade with Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls
Grove Hill Elementary knows weather.
The March for Science will take place today in Bienville Square.
Class was in session today at the Alabama School of Science and Mathematics. But this time it was just for young women.
Redeemer Lutheran students know their meteorology, and they know it better now.
Firewhirls may look like tornadoes but they are more like dust devils over fire.
When fishing and crabbing in area waters, you never know what you’re going to get, but scientists don’t want to you to be surprised if you f…
ASMS will host its first Women in STEM conference in April.
As a society, we’re undoubtedly becoming more dependent on technology with every passing day, and it’s changing our children.
At first glance upon walking into the computer lab at Robert E. Lee Elementary School in Satsuma, you might think the students there are goo…
While you may see a lot of blue-tinted pictures of a full moon online and in social media, a “blue moon” is not blue.
The Boys and Girls Club of Citronelle learned weather science today in a visit from Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls.
School may be out for summer, but, more than 100 Mobile County Public School Students are busy this week solving math problems, conducting s…
Weather Forecasting 1. Where does your weather information come from? Our weather data is compiled by the National Weather Service in Washin…