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Class of 2024 grad sharpens forecasting skills through NBC internship

Experience with NBC's Weather and Climate Unit prepared Edward Shaw III for a career as a television meteorologist.

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March 30, 2024. Geography students in the College of Natural Resources and Environment installed a weather station on top of Apple Orchard Mountain. This station allows researchers and the public to monitor conditions such as wind speed, humidity, and temperature in the region. [Photo by Clark DeHart/Virginia Tech]

Students in the foreground kneeling to tighten the tension on a wire; another student in the backgorund standing on a ladder next to the weather station.

Weather station installation

Students gained hands-on experience by installing a weather station that gathers data on atmospheric conditions around the tallest mountain in the central Blue Ridge.

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