Wild Weather Presentations
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Austin Althouse gave his popular Wild Weather Presentations to area schools and churches. This presentation started when a 2nd grade teacher told him they were learning about weather and asked him if he would give a weather presentation to the 2nd grade. Austin had not made a or even thought about doing presentation but in the next 2 weeks he would make a presentation that would later become famous. In May of 2013, Austin emailed the video of his 1st weather presentation to KWCH-TV in Wichita, Kansas. A few days later he got an email back from Pilar Pedraza, a news reporter for KWCH. She wanted to interview Austin. After the story aired this very website got over 100 views and Austin got a few new subscribers to the weather alert service that was in operation at the time. In the following summer of that year, Austin would give a presentation to a weather summer school class in El Dorado and at the Douglass First Baptist Church. In October, Austin would give 2 presentation for his 6th grade science teacher. This presentation has also made it into the USD 396 Newsletter, The Bulldog Growl and in the El Dorado, Kansas Times Newspaper.
THE AWL WEATHER NETWORK IS NO LONGER OFFERING WILD WEATHER PRESENTATIONS. PRESENTATIONS HOWEVER MAY BE GIVEN ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS. PRESENTATIONS WILL ONLY BE GIVEN IN THE CITY OF DOUGLASS, KANSAS. SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.