Imagine It! has 'mini-meteorologists' in the making

Imagine It! has 'mini-meteorologists' in the making

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With all the wild weather we experienced in 2012, there's a good chance your kids might have had some questions.  They'll get more than answers at a special exhibit at Imagine It! Children's Museum, which gives them a chance to become mini-meteorologists!

Good Day's Paul Milliken knows a thing or two about the weather, so we sent him to meet with the next generation of FOX 5 Storm Team members!

CLICK ON THE VIDEOS ABOVE TO WATCH HIS REPORTS!

More info:
Imagine It! Children's Museum
275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30313-1827
(located at the corner of Baker Street and Centennial Olympic Park Drive)
Phone: (404) 659-5437
Magic School Bus program - through Jan. 27 - Click here for details
Click here for a link to their website

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