Hanneke Weitering, staff writer and producer for Space.com, discusses the new NASA satellite that will help scientists predict extreme weather up to seven days in advance. The satellite will be able to track everything from the changing paths of hurricanes to atmospheric conditions to tidal waves. It will orbit from the North to the South Pole and allow for a more precise measure of impending weather. The official launch of JPSS-1 will now be November 14th, a bit delayed because of a battery glitch. The satellite is the first of four being launched. We talk with Hanneke about her favorite weather app. She prefers AccuWeather because of its minute-to-minute forecasts that allow her to adjust her own travel times.