Join Weather Team 7 at 2016 WeatherFest Rally

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The National Weather Service office in San Diego and The Young Meteorologist Program invite you to join kids in our community at a fun rally that provides tips on learning to be smarter than the weather!

2016 WeatherFest Rally

Date: Saturday, September 17th

Time: 10:00 AM and close at: 2:00 PM

Location: The parking lot at National Weather Service Weather Forecast Offices at 11440 W Bernardo Ct San Diego, CA 92127

Cost: Free and open to the general public!

Join NBC 7 at this fun, informative weather preparedness event. Here is your chance to chat with NBC 7 Weather Anchors, check out fire trucks and our very own StormRanger 7, tour the National Weather Service Forecast Office, learn safety and preparedness with first-responders, enjoy kids’ games and win fun prizes! For details go to NBC7 dot com slash Community.

This rally is a large community gathering for kids and families providing an interactive fun learning experience about a serious subject - making a severe weather plan now! The National Weather Service's mascot OWLIE SKYWARN will be on site to help lead the charge!

The rally will feature the YMP game, a free digital interactive experience that is the centerpiece theme for rallies. An additional theme is the Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador program which is an effort to formally recognize NOAA partners who are improving the nation’s readiness, responsiveness, and overall resilience against extreme weather, water, and climate events.

Introduce kids, their parents, and educators to the weather professionals, including the NWS and area Broadcast meteorologists, as well as, emergency and research planners from every corner of San Diego County and beyond. It will provide a fun atmosphere for kids to tour a myriad of impressive big-rig emergency vehicles, talk to meteorologists, see the year-around dangers of flash-floods, and receive free materials. This event is sure to bring together communities in order to educate families on science, preparedness and safety from natural hazards. Join our partners who protect and serve the community as they showcase their services and meet community members, one-on-one.

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