SKY AWARENESS WEEK
The last full week of April is National Sky Awareness Week (SAW). The goal is to get people to look up, notice sky conditions, variant colors, the clouds and how they’re moving.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Get outside and practice nephelococcygia – the art of finding shapes in the clouds.
See how meteorology, astronomy, geology, oceanography and hydrology blend with other sciences to create the environment. Go to the source of Sky Awareness Week: www.weatherworks.com
Learn how to read the sky mooncircles.com
Follow on Facebook.
Follow on social media #skyawarenessweek.
Officially started in1991 by Meteorologist H. Michael Mogil and educator Barbara Levine, of How The Weatherworks, a weather education, and forensic services company.
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