National Weatherperson's Day - 2021-02-05
What is National Weatherperson's Day?
February 5th is National Weatherperson’s Day, a day to honor meteorologists, broadcast meteorologists, storm spotters, and weather enthusiasts. This day is especially important for those who are volunteering their time to help others. Today, we celebrate the birthday of John Jeffries. Born on this day in 1744, Dr. Jeffries was a weather observer, scientist and a surgeon. He kept weather records from 1774 to 1816. Additionally, he pioneered the field of ballooning in the United States and took his first balloon observation in 1784. The weather is always changing, and it’s unpredictable. The exact path of “Mother Nature” is hard to predict. Although meteorologists have new technology, they still have to deal with these challenges when forecasting the weather.
When is National Weatherperson's Day?
February 5th is National Weatherperson's Day.
History of National Weatherperson's Day
April 16 is the birthday of Dr. John Jeffries, the first American weather observer. The day has been celebrated since 1970.
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