Dec 15, 2013 12:20 AM by Olivia DeGennaro, KSBY News

Kids learn about the science behind snow at Exploration Station

Kids learned about snow on Saturday at the Exploration Station in Grover Beach.

The Exploration Station held a workshop called The Science of Snow.

Kids could create snow, eat snow cones and make ornaments.

A representative from PG&E was also there to teach the kids about the science behind snow.

"It's been really fun to work with these kids," PG&E Hydrographer Jocelyn Beaudette said. "It's great to see as many young scientists as there are and I just wanted to share with them you know what hydrographers do and the importance of snow pack and how we go and measure that each year."

Beaudette says the last snow survey PG&E did showed 30 percent of a normal snow year. She says it's a dry year and we should all be doing a "snow dance" in hopes for more snow.



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