Predicting Severe Weather

Tornadoes, hurricanes and winter storms are some of the most destructive natural hazards on Earth. How does severe weather form? What tools are scientists using and developing to forecast these storms? Find out (and practice forecasting severe weather!) in this live, audience-controlled interactive presentation.

Recommended for ages 8 and older. This Science 360 presentation is supported by the National Science Foundation.

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Science 360

Seasonal schedules

Morehead offers seasonal schedules of Science 360 shows to the public. Follow this link to see the current schedule of public shows at Morehead.

Please note that seasonal schedules change four times each year (spring, summer, fall and holiday), and some shows are not offered during every schedule.

School shows

In addition to its public shows, Morehead offers shows during the week especially for school classes and other field trip groups. These school shows do not appear on the seasonal schedule but do appear on Morehead's daily calendar.

If seats are available, the public may purchase tickets to school shows.

However, school groups with reserved seating have first priority on any remaining seats (for example, if extra chaperons attend), so Morehead cannot guarantee that public seats will be available for school shows.