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Get Your Child's Version Of The Weather On Good Morning Oklahoma

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Meteorologist Andrew Kozak has something fun planned for Green Country kids each day on Good Morning Oklahoma.

It's called Kickin' It Old School, a chance for kids to see their own version of the 8-day planner on air.

Andrew got the idea after last week's computer meltdown, which had him hand-drawing his weather maps, charts and radar.

It's simple to take part in the fun. all that your child has to do is draw their version of the 8-day forecast that Andrew shows each morning.

When they're done, send it to:

Kickin' It Old School
c/o Andrew Kozak
P.O. Box 8
Tulsa, OK 74101

Include your name, age and city/town. Teachers, you can send us your class pictures as well.

Have fun and happy drawing!

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