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!


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Weather Instrument Spotlight: Forward Scattering Spectrometer Probe
The Forward Scattering Spectrometer Probe (FSSP) is a device that researchers can use to measure particles in the air. The device is typically mounted on...
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Travis from Nardin, OK – Weather Story
"During a tornado, our stock trailer to haul calves in was flipped over end to end against our machinery shed." Submitted on September 24, 2023
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Where’s the rain?
It’s been dry this year. From the start of the year to October 14, we’ve only had 23.25” of rain in the Oklahoma City area,...
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Where is the Winter Weather?
Many may wonder exactly why it has been so warm these past few months. It seems out of place to have leaves turning color while...
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Sandstorms: When the Atmosphere Leaves the Desert Deserted
Perhaps the only sandstorm you are familiar with is during a beach vacation when a strong breeze blows sand in your eyes. As annoying as...
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