Kirkland Girl Scouts get scoop on weather

Q13 meteorologist educates local Girl Scout troop on weather

  • Friday, July 27, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

Kirkland Girl Scout Troop 46587 went straight to the source to learn about weather. The Brownies visited KCPQ-TV (Q13) in Seattle and met with Chief Meteorologist Walter Kelley, who answered their weather questions and gave them a tour of the studio. The girls earned a weather badge – and lasting memories – from their visit. Photo courtesy of Derek Wing

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