Saskatchewan Science Centre now taking people on a deep dive through severe weather events with new exhibition

The Saskatchewan Science Centre is introducing a new exhibition this summer.

Wild Weather is a highly immersive exhibition that showcases powerful weather systems.

“It’s all about Canadian weather with a particular focus on these extreme weather events like tornadoes, thunderstorms, and extreme winter weather,” says Ryan Holota with the Science Centre.

It takes people threw a deep dive into what causes these weather events.

“Sometimes we don’t always know what causes a tornado or what causes a snowstorm so a lot of the pieces in the exhibition allow us to dig really deep in and find out why,” says Holota.

The exhibition features eight zones that lead visitors through a series of Wild Weather experiences to gain a better understanding of the science behind severe weather, its connection to climate change and emerging technologies and forecasting techniques.

People will also hear the stories of people who are working to better understand and mitigate severe weather impacts.

The exhibition is included in general admission and will be open until August 21.

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