AccuWeather School Weather Photo Contest-Enter Until June 29, 2021

AccuWeather School Weather Photo Contest-Enter Until June 29, 2021

Above Photo Credit: Krissy Pydynoski-Taken with simply an iPhone!

“AccuWeather School is back in session with more engaging, educational virtual lessons!”

AccuWeather School is back in session with more engaging and educational virtual lessons to help kids and interested adults learn more about the weather – and have fun doing so!

Weather Photographer of the Year contest is underway!

Do you like taking pictures of the weather? If so, you should consider entering your best photo in the Royal Meteorological Society’s Weather Photographer of the Year 2021 contest, in association with AccuWeather. One of the best parts of this contest is that it is free to enter – and you can win awesome prizes!

There are three categories you can enter – the main contest, which will crown the Weather Photographer of the Year 2021, along with Young Weather Photographer of the Year 2021 for our students aged 13-17 and a new category for photos taken just with mobile phones or tablets.

AccuWeather is associated with this photo contest because knowing what weather is headed to your community through our free app may help you capture that amazing shot!

Be sure to only head out to take weather photos when it is safe to do so – head indoors as soon as you hear thunder, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown” when you see floodwaters and always seek shelter when a tornado warning is issued.

You have until June 29 to enter the contest with the winners announced in mid-October. You can also view the winners from last year to get ideas for your entry.

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