D.C. forecaster hits the street to showcase polar vortex in AR

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WJLA chief meteorologist Bill Kelly shot an augmented reality segment showcasing temperature fluctuations and demonstration how air currents form a polar vortex using augmented reality.

The segment was shot outdoors on what could be any ordinary street corner in Washington, D.C. — except that virtual bar charts and globes were plopped above the sidewalk next to him.

Sister station WSYX in Syracuse, New York, also did a similar segment:

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