Science for You: WeatherLeaning Tower of Pisa

Every Thursday • Noon-1:30 p.m. • Shapiro CD/Zoom

June 1, 8, 15, 22, (29 no class) • July 6, 13, 20, 27 • August 3

Curious about clouds? Wondering about wind? Puzzled about precipitation? Confused about climate? Come explore the science behind weather systems, including the roles of air, water and wind. Learn to recognize the clouds in the sky and what they say about the weather. Discuss the physical processes driving weather and the global forces that shape global climate systems. You’ll add a new dimension to the world around you when you understand why the weather acts the way it does.

Instructors/Coordinators: Rick Hearn and Susan Hanna
Tech Coordinators: Joyce Ono and Ginger Barnhart

For more information,  see our website at

Week 1: Introduction to Clouds - Click here for the week 1 notes. PDF File

Week 2: Humidity and Relative Humidity - Click here for the week 2 notes. PDF File

Click here to see course recordings.

Check out the presentation about our course that we made for the Fall 2022 Open House.