Ginger Zee shows off a kid-friendly science experiment

ABC News' chief meteorologist is out with a new young adult novel, "Chasing Helicity: Into the Wind."
2:53 | 04/23/19

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Exciting news from our ginger a brand-new adult book, young adult book. Let's make clear. Young adult book. "Chasing helicity." We're celebrating by suiting up and stepping into our science lab with a few junior scientists to make weather happen. Welcome, you guys, and, ginger, congratulations. Thank you so much. This is number two. In a trilogy. I have to say I've always loved weather but when I was a kid, your age, there was a guy named Mr. Wizard, then the next generation had Bill Nye. I feel like it's time for a woman to be that scientist that people look to. It's through helicity I'm doing science. She runs into a lot of storms and we are going to make a cloud. Make a cloud. How does it work. Do this. Always have gloves because the first part is dry ice. Dry ice is one of those cool products that goes from a solid to a gas immediately. Skipped the liquid state. What's that called? Subly nation. Obviously. Sublimation. You dump that into warmer water. Dump it in. You take soapy water with a torn up t-shirt and we will capture the cloud. The cold c02 has risen up and water vapor has come together with it and now we are going to trap it with a soapy bubble so you have to have soapy hands. You have to be -- there you go. Oh. And mine popped. Did you see it come over? You can grab that cloud. That condensation you made with the soap. Lara, you doing all right? I'm letting Sydney handle that. You can add a little bit of a shimmy, a shimmy of the t-shirt. I love her t-shirt. She got three done, by the way. These kids are real scientists. The goal to get more young women involved in science. If you are home and it's spring break -- Yes, look at that. Look at that. Look, look, look. Hey. She did it! If you're home and it's spring break and you're say what do I do with my kids? Or also reading the new book. Another way to do it. Just so you know if you haven't read the first one, ended in a cliffhanger. The second one picks up where it left off. "Chasing helicity" into the

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