To enhance public understanding of meteorology and foster a greater appreciation for the natural world, local meteorologist from the Bureau of Meteorology, Blaise Walker, will present a talk on the captivating topic of ‘clouds and their influence on weather patterns’.

The event, Clouds: The Art and Science of Atmospheric Masterpieces, will take place at the Bond Street Event Centre on Wednesday, October 4, at 7pm.

The federal government’s Bureau of Meteorology has a mission to study and unravel the mysteries of the atmosphere. With his extensive knowledge and contagious passion, Blaise Walker will make complex meteorological concepts accessible to audiences of all backgrounds.

During the presentation, Blaise will take you on an enlightening journey into the world above, exploring the various types of clouds and the critical roles they play in shaping our weather. From the ethereal beauty of cumulus clouds to the menacing presence of towering cumulonimbus formations, Blaise will reveal the secrets behind these atmospheric masterpieces and their impact on our daily lives.

You can look forward to an interactive experience that combines stunning visuals, captivating anecdotes, and a deep dive into meteorological phenomena. Blaise will explain how clouds form, the factors that influence their characteristics, and the significant role they play in predicting weather conditions. Whether you’re an aspiring meteorologist or simply curious about the natural world, this talk promises to be an informative and awe-inspiring event.

Entry is $10, and the money will go to the Bond Street Centre in Sale to host similar events in the future.

The bar will be open, and free tea and coffee will be provided.

For more information, ring 03 5182 8770.