Welcome to The Weather Machine!
Meteorologist Andy Parker will literally bring the weather into
your school! The Weather Machine is capable of producing all types
of weather elements, from actual tornados & lightning to
snowstorms and just about anything in between. The auditorium
presentation is upbeat, edge of your seat and filled with energy
as the secrets of the atmosphere are unlocked and demonstrated
with the assistance of student scientists selected from the
it in action here!
Watch Channel 7
Each Morning @ 5:15am & 6:15am
Get the “Weather Word of the Day”
Then Vote for your School Here!
Here's How it Works
- The school with the most votes at the end of the contest period
will win a visit from Andy Parker and The Weather Machine.
- Results are shown each day on Channel 7 at 5:15am & 6:15am
so you can track how your school is doing in the contest.
- Vote as often as you like and encourage your friends and family
to vote as well!
Share your vote with them on Facebook
2nd Chance Draw
Back again this year we will continue the popular “2nd Chance
Draw”. While the school with the most votes at the end of
the contest period will automatically win a visit from Andy
Parker's Weather Machine the remaining schools in the Top 10 will
be entered in a drawing to win the 2nd Chance Draw... Shown LIVE on Channel 7 at 6:15am.
The winner of the 2nd Chance Draw will also receive a visit from
Andy Parker's Weather Machine. The higher your school
finishes in the the Top 10 the greater your chances of winning the
2nd Chance Draw. Schools can submit Extra Credit to increase their
chances of winning the draw as well.. See
video of a 2nd Chance Draw.
Click here for details on Extra
Weather Machine Videos
Winner- Charles Upson (video)
2nd Chance Winner - Alden Primary (video)
About The Weather Machine
The Weather Machine presentation is a great STEM learning
experience for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
geared for students in grades K-6. The contest promotes school
spirit and can be a great learning tool for students to experience
problem-solving, discovery, exploratory learning and actively
engaging a situation in order to find its solution. Again this
year I'll be demonstrating the “Green Energy” elements of The
Weather Machine and how they are all around us. These
demonstrations are meant to inspire the scientist and inventor in
I would love to bring The Weather Machine to your school! So tell
your family & friends to watch Channel 7 each morning and use
The Weather Machine Word of the Day to vote for your school!