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NBC10 Weather Education Day at Home of Phillies Citizens Bank Park

Weather took stage at home plate as the NBC10 First Alert Weather Team hosted Citizens Bank Weather Education Day Wednesday at the home of the Phillies. (Published Thursday, May 19, 2016)

NBC10 personalities will be at the home of the Phillies Wednesday afternoon for the second-annual Citizens Bank Weather Education Day Presented by NBC10 First Alert Weather.

NBC10 First Alert Weather team members Bill Henley, Sheena Parveen, Violeta Yas and chief meteorologist (and huge Phillies fan) Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz will provide an educational experience focused on weather that all students will enjoy. Hundreds of busloads of area students -- about 11,000 rally-towel-waving children in total -- came to the ballpark for the demonstrations before the Phils faced the Miami Marlins.

"Students of all ages will enjoy this ultimate field trip experience filled with both learning and fun," said the Phillies. NBC10 Teaches Kids How Weather WorksNBC10 Teaches Kids How Weather WorksNBC10's Matt DeLucia previews NBC10 Weather Education Day at Citizens Bank Park where the NBC10 First Alert Weather Team will be teaching children about how weather conditions impact the Phillies and the CBP grounds crew. (Published Wednesday, May 18, 2016)

Even if you couldn't make it down to the ballpark you could still check out the educational fun by watching LIVE on this page and following NBC10 on Facebook and Twitter.

The weather programs got underway around 10:30 a.m. and the first pitch of the game is at 1:05 p.m.

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