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Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Rainbow Milk

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

FARGO, ND — This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff did a fun and easy science experiment, with Dr. Graeme Wyllie, Coordinator of the Concordia Science Academy. The experiment was¬†Rainbow Milk. Here’s What You’ll Need: Saucer Milk Dish Soap Q-Tip or Dropper Many Different Colors of Food Coloring How to Make Rainbow Milk: Fill the saucer up with milk. Drop a variety…

Looking Up to the (New) Moon

What's Today's Moon Phase?

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff takes a look at the current moon phase and what constellations we can easily see in the stars this week: Categories: Morning – Features, Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, constellations, leo, moon, stars, weather

Severe Weather Awareness

Tornado Drills Occurring in North Dakota and Minnesota

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff gives Severe Weather Awareness tips for Minnesota Severe Weather Awareness Week and gives information about upcoming tornado drills: Categories: Community, Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: drill, minnesota, north dakota, severe, severe weather, severe weather awareness week, thunderstorm, tips, TORNADO, Warning, watch

Digging Up Soil Moisture Facts

What Exactly Makes Your Garden Grow

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff takes a look at what your soil needs in order to be healthy. This will help your garden grow to its fullest potential: Categories: Morning – Features, Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: Ag, Agriculture, air, crops, farming, fertilizer, garden, gardening, nutrients, soil, topsoil, water

What is a Hardiness Zone?

Gardening in a Colder Climate

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff takes a look at what Hardiness Zones are and how they impact people in the Red River Valley: Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: CLIMATE, cold, crop, crops, farming, gardening, growing season, hardiness, hardiness zone, usda, weather, ZONE

A New Telescope for the Final Frontier

NASA Unveils New Technology for Space Exploration

FARGO, N.D. — From the satellite to the space shuttle, exploration in the world above has often been of key interest to scientists and a new tool is helping us discover even more. The Hubble Space Telescope helped scientists detect components of the early universe but now, the James Webb Space Telescope is taking over. The scientific successor to the…

Astronomy at the Spring Equinox

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff takes a look at the specifics behind the Spring Equinox and a constellation that’s nice and bright this time of year: Categories: Morning – Features, Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: constellation, equinox, leo, regulus, SPACE, Spring, weather

Pi Day: Explained!

Is Pi Day about pie or is it based on math?

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff takes a look at what Pi really is and why we celebrate it on March 14th: Categories: Morning – Features, Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: March 14th, Math, Pi, Pi Day, Pie, science, weather

Weather for the Birds!

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff gets a little help during his last weather forecast from his avian intern,¬† Bella the Umbrella Cockatoo…and it turns into a very funny situation. Take a look: Bella is available for adoption at the Center for Avian Adoption, Rescue, and Education (C.A.A.R.E.) in West Fargo. Categories: Morning – Features, Weather Blog Tags: avian, bird, CAARE, Forecast, funny,…