A day after a devastating tornado tore through Arkansas, scientists have developed a simple way to keep your eyes out of the sky: a simple, yet powerful, way of keeping the sun from hitting them.
As the tornado tore the area apart, a swarm of tornado watchers spotted a bright object in the sky.
They immediately called out to the storm watchers to get the help of a camera, which quickly caught it on video.
The swarm then swarmed back to the tornado and tried to catch it.
That’s when the scientists decided to try it on a group of people.
“It worked like a charm,” says Stephen Bales, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service.
“I’m sure it will work with the same effect for other groups.”
The camera uses infrared radiation to capture the tornado’s path and the cloud cover it creates.
It then uses that information to determine where the sun is located in the night sky, and what direction the tornado is headed.
The researchers say this data can be used to forecast where tornadoes are likely to strike and how much damage they could cause.
They’ve also developed a tool that can help you know if you have a storm in your area, which is helpful for planning ahead and preparing for the storm.