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Nick Walker: The Weather Dude

Nick Walker makes studying weather exciting for students.
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“Word, you heard the lowdown 'bout what's happening up high,
Check it out, it's about all the clouds and the rain and the sunshine in the sky
You want your weather straight up; and you wanna want it in your face.
Let me make it clear, that's-a why I'm here, and now that we're in place...”

It’s the Weather Dude! Nick Walker makes studying weather exciting for students, with an extensive list of songs related to weather. Included are safety and preparedness tips for storms, lightning, tornadoes, floods and more. Walker is an experienced meteorologist known for programming on the major networks, including The Weather Channel. The Weather Dude prepares kids for severe weather in a fun way.

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