Cold weather experiments at Discovery World

CREATED Jan 28, 2014 - UPDATED: Jan 28, 2014

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MILWAUKEE - It was a little too cold for experiments outside this morning, so Jesse Ritka teamed up with Discovery World to show how dangerous the cold can actually be.  

Together with Paul Mech, in charge of Curriculum and Program Development at Discovery World, they used science to explain how your tires may become flat, how hand warmers work, how thermal imaging helps determine where the coldest spots are and how pipes burst in the extreme cold.  

Scroll through the videos to watch all their experiments.