In this video, I answer a question from New York's own, Senator Joe Griffo! He asks, "Jeff, how does the weather wall work?" I explain to him and to you, how the wall, camera and computer work together to create the effects you see each night on Eyewitness News. It's not the wall that is special. In part, it is the graphics, but it is more the camera. And the fact that light is made up of colors of the spectrum, which can be broken down and used in unintended ways! Enjoy!
Welcome to "Weather Whys". Here, you can find answers to questions that may have puzzled you for years. In fact, you can email Jeff questions for future Weather Whys topics, at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Include your name and town, please.) The topics have no limit, so long as it involves the weather, Earth, atmosphere, or space. And, they can even include topics related to how Jeff does his job both on the air, and behind the scenes. And while the topics and explanations will be fun, this resource is for adults as well as youngsters. So, bookmark the page, click on the topic that interests you, and share it with a friend! And keep coming back, because the "Weather Whys" library will only grow.