See snow in San Antonio at Witte Museum's 'Wild Weather' exhibit

Dance up a storm at new STEM weather exhibit

By Mary Claire Patton - Digital Content Curator

SAN ANTONIO - The 'Wild Weather' exhibit opened Saturday at the Witte Museum.

View photos of the exhibit here or below:

The exhibit will bring tornadoes, hurricanes, heat waves, thunderstorms and severe winter storms to San Antonio until Labor Day.

Visitors will discover the science behind the elements and see inside the eye of a hurricane.

“This exhibition is a great resource to learn about the dangers of severe weather and what scientists are doing to better understand climate change and its effect on weather patterns,” Marise McDermott, president and CEO of the Witte Museum said.

Wild Weather also lets visitors "dance up a storm" through motion-detection technology.

Visitors can also have their pictures taken while getting "blown away" in a staged hurricane photo opportunity.


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