National Weather Museum & Science Center

National Weather Museum & Science Center

National Weather Museum & Science Center

The National Weather Museum and Science Center is a non-profit Museum working toward creating a state-of-the-art facility for the preservation of weather artifacts, education of science, math, and safety, and showcase of innovations in the field of science. You can join us in our effort by becoming a member at the “Become a Member” page. Thank You for stopping by, we hope to see you soon!

Don’t have a Thermometer? Listen to the Crickets
Now that summer is officially over and winter is barreling in full-steam, soon some of us may find ourselves daydreaming of those warm summer nights....
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Astronomical Refraction
By Dan Briscoe February 15, 2019 In the picture above the sky was darkened for artistic value and to remove the distracting hazy sunset.  Location:...
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The Golden Gate Weather Engine
By Dan Briscoe February 17, 2019 Title Image - A fog-shrouded Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. ©Della Huff Photography, www.dellahuff.com. “The coldest winter I...
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Winter Weather: Snow Squalls
Winter Weather: Snow Squalls By: Marina Kobasiuk Snow squalls are a specific type of winter storm that are not new, but predicting them has been...
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AIR FLORIDA FLIGHT 90 ACCIDENT
AIR FLORIDA FLIGHT 90 ACCIDENT : Warren Qualley The article below appeared in the January 13, 2012, edition of the Washington Post. Sunday, January 13, 2019, marks the...
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