Every year on March 23rd, World Meteorological Day celebrates the date when the World Meteorological Organization was formed in 1950.
National Weather Observers Day on May 4th provides a day for the people who enjoy watching and observing the weather.
National Groundhog Day on February 2nd each year asks one question. Will he see his shadow? Ok, well maybe it asks another question. Will there be six more weeks of winter?
SKYWARN® Recognition Day acknowledges the contributions of public service volunteers who provide essential weather information as it's happening.
Autumnal Equinox is when the sun can be seen directly overhead along the equator, marking the end of summer & beginning of fall in the Northern Hemisphere.
August 20th, National Radio Day, recognizes the invention of the radio. Celebrate the news, information, music, and stories carried across the airwaves.
LOOK UP AT THE SKY DAY On April 14, Look Up at the Sky Day encourages us to admire the beauty above us. On this day we all hope for […]
Observed each year in the United States on April 12th, National Big Wind Day commemorates the recording of the highest natural wind gust measured on the Earth’s surface.