Meteorology 101 & Historical NJ Storms with Jonathan Carr of Weather NJ
06/06/2018 | 07:30PM - 08:45PM
Meeting Room 2
, Meeting Room 3
Come learn about the basics of meteorology and some of the historical weather events that New Jersey has seen. Topics will include meteorology vs climatology, why we have weather, air masses, frontal boundaries, cyclones, anticyclones, thunderstorms, snow storms, nor’easters and much more. Learn about the massive event that occurred between 1200-1400AD and all the other hurricanes, nor’easters and snow storms that have impacted New Jersey in modern meteorological history.
Jonathan Carr is a weather enthusiast and professional forecaster with an organic social media following of over 250,000 people. His professional background and career are in computer science but his passionate hobby is atmospheric science. Come learn about Jonathan’s forecasting strategy and style which many in New Jersey, and surrounding states, have come to depend on.
This program is free and open to the public due to the generous support of the Friends of the Library