The making of a weather report

This is my middle school class creating a weather segment for the first time.

Green Screen

For this weather report the students used a green screen that is approximately 7 feet tall and 5 feet wide.

Props make weather fun!

This weather man used a blow up pool and sunglasses. He also used deodorant to tell the audience to "make sure they use it because it would be hot and sweaty, and the the wouldn't want to ward off the ladies."


A camera man is needed to record the weather segment. *It is important that the green screen is well lit.


Editing the weather is a little tedious. In our class we use Adobe Premiere. The background is chosen to replace the green screen. That is all done in post production editing.

Research the weather

With your team, plan a weather report by looking up the weather and researching what the temperatures are for the week.

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