WeatherReady Fest 2019 This Saturday! James Spann Book Signing & MUCH MORE!!!

| September 2, 2019 @ 10:15 am

Come to the James Spann book signing before noon; stay for an incredible day of weather fun, activities, games, speakers, and learning! It’s WeatherReady Fest at UAH in Huntsville!

Once a year, the National Weather Association Foundation brings this enormous event to one special city. Last year’s WeatherReady Fest brought out 6,500 children and adults to the St. Louis Science Center for a day of fun & learning about all things weather. Now, for the first time since its inaugural festival in Birmingham in 2011, WeatherReady Fest is returning to Alabama!

With doors opening at 10 a.m., WeatherReady Fest at UAH kicks off festivities with a wide range of activities. From getting a first-hand look at forecasting technology at SWIRLL to NWS Storm Spotter Training to climbing in Storm Chasing & Research Vehicles, there is something fun & interesting for everyone!

Best of all, WeatherReady Fest will feature many of the nation’s top meteorologists. Come shake hands with James Spann, one of the most recognized and trusted television meteorologists in the industry, and pick up a signed, personalized copy of his newly-released autobiography, “Weathering Life,” from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. See stage shows featuring Nick Walker from The Weather Channel. Listen to Mike Mogil explain “How the Weather Works.”

The WeatherReady Fest will be held Saturday, September 7th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., as UAH opens the Charger Student Union and adjacent Shelby Center to the public for these exciting learning opportunities. For more information, visit the festival website at Admission to the WeatherReady Fest event is free. Guests are encouraged to get their free timed tickets at the website.

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