Monday, October 29, 2012
We're right in the middle of what has been named the "Frankenstorm," because there are actually two events coming together, one, Hurricane Sandy heading north and west, and the other a cold front heading to the east. To track the storm, and to find other information and advice, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a great website.
This post is being written on Sunday, so please call the Library at 432-7154 to make sure we are open prior to your coming down for a visit. You can also visit our Facebook page and check for closings on WMUR, channel 9--look for us under "N" for Nesmith.
After the storm is over, your kids can learn more about hurricanes from a book such as this one in our children's room collection: Anatomy of a Hurricane by Terri Dougherty [J 551.552 DOU].
Stay safe and dry!
Image courtesy NOAA.
Posted by Diane Mayr at 9:00 AM