Posted: Mar 9, 2012 3:25 PM
Updated: Mar 9, 2012 3:26 PM
TUCSON - On Thursday, News 4 Tucson Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino stopped by Brichta Elementary to quiz the students on their knowledge of the weather, and much more.
The boys team trailed the girls for much of the day during Rob's Weather IQ challenge, but the boys managed to pull it out and rack up a score of 200 points for Brichta Elementary.
So far this year, the boys teams lead the girls teams 6 to 5 out of 11 total school visits.
Rob has been traveling all over Southern Arizona since the start of the school year, challenging students with his Weather IQ challenge. The game show-style event tests students' knowledge of weather, math, science, and even pop culture.
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