Wonder no more about the weather

Meteorologist Jon Loufman will be at Porter Library on Feb. 7.

“Don’t knock the weather. If it didn’t change once in a while, nine out of ten people couldn’t start a conversation.” – Kin Hubbard

The extremely cold temperatures, snow and ice have certainly provoked a torrent of weather-related exchanges, but is there anything that can be done to make these discussions more interesting?

Yes! Learning about weather, such as what makes the wind blow or why Cleveland is considered a “snow belt,” will certainly make your weather-related conversations more intriguing … and it will make you the expert!

CBS-TV meteorologist Jon Loufman will be at Westlake Porter Public Library on Wednesday, Feb. 7, from 7-8:30 p.m., for a program called "Wonders of Weather." Jon has been a Cleveland weather anchor since 2002 and has taught meteorology at Case Western Reserve University and Lakeland Community College. With Cleveland being his hometown, he certainly understands our weather.

Wonders on Weather will be an interactive, hands-on presentation for the whole family. The library welcomes children and teens, with an adult, to this program and to assist Jon as he brings the science of meteorology into the library. To register for the program, please visit the WPPL website at westlakelibrary.org or call the library at 440-250-5462.

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Volume 10, Issue 2, Posted 9:16 AM, 01.23.2018