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Baldwin students learn about weather


Well if forecasting doesn't work out Brian Inman has a career back up plan, as a teacher.

WGEM's Brian Inman stopped by Mrs. Funkenbusch's 6th grade Science class today at Baldwin school in Quincy, to teach kids about, what else-- the weather. Inman talked about everything from different types of clouds to how rain is formed.

Luckily, none of the kids nodded off. In fact, they said they actually learned a lot.

"Especially how he talks about the clouds, and stuff looking at how the fluffy and wispy ones and the ones with ice crystals, I definitely look at the sky different now," said Anika Jackson a 6th grader in Mrs. Funkenbusch's class.

"You can really trust what he's saying because he does it on the news all the time, and I was really excited forward to it," said Nathan Farlow a 6th grader in Mrs. Funkenbusch's class.


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