Ahead of the News 2021 Series
“Chasing the Atmosphere’s Power and Beauty”: a discussion with Matthew Cappucci AB '19
Join us Tuesday, July 13th at 6pm for an online discussion with Matthew Cappucci, atmospheric scientist, traveler, adventurer, teacher, and meteorologist for the The Washington Post.
Get the scoop on the weather before this September's peak hurricane season! Join us for a discussion about everything you ever wanted to know about snow, rain, hail, tornadoes, and hurricanes with Matthew Cappucci. Dubbed the "unofficial meteorologist of the Class of 2019" by the Harvard Crimson back in 2016, Cappucci’s fascination with weather began when he was two years old, and he became the youngest-ever presenter at the American Meteorological Society, where he delivered an abstract on “outflow boundary-related waterspouts” at the age of 14. He has contributed to The Washington Post since he was 18. When not in the office, Cappucci can be found staring at the sky, hopping aboard an airplane or chasing the next storm. Follow Matthew on Twitter, @MatthewCappucci. Check him out chasing storms here!!
What: “Chasing the Atmosphere’s Power and Beauty”: a discussion with Matthew Cappucci AB '19
When: Tuesday, July 13, 2021, 6 pm - 7pm EST
Where: Online Zoom Discussion
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