WeatherSTEM brings real world data to the classroom

For students of Santa Rosa County, complex weather data are at their fingertips thanks to four WeatherSTEM units posted at schools in the south end of the county.

Though these poles sticking out of the dirt covered in electronics might not seem interesting, they are bursting with information on temperature, wind, barometric pressure, rainfall, lightning strikes and more. It also offers video of the sky in each location.

Read the full article in the Jan. 19 issue of Navarre Press. Click here to subscribe for as little as $38 per year.

Gulf Breeze High School A.P. Environmental Studies student Cody Griffin (pictured above) and Allie Brumme (below) collect samples from a WeatherSTEM project.

Gulf Breeze High School A.P. Environmental Studies student Cody Griffin (pictured above) and Allie Brumme (below) collect samples from a WeatherSTEM project.

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