Miles Muzio will speak about the problems and causes of global warming at the Beekay Theatre on Sunday, Sept. 8 at 4 p.m. This is an opportunity to learn about the changing climate we are facing. The event is sponsored by the Tehachapi Heritage League.
The informative lecture will feature Muzio, who lives in the Tehachapi area. His background involves weather research, forecasting, media broadcasting and consulting, having been a broadcast meteorologist for 33 years. In addition to currently serving as the chief meterologist at KBAK in Bakersfield, Muzio has had a long career of radio and print weathercasting in the Kern County market, as well as past weather reconstruction. He is president of Weather Intel, a forensic meterology company.
The popular "weatherman" has worked for 41 years in the field of meteorology, written papers on forecasting techniques and conducted research on ultraviolet radiation forecasting experiments and a method to predict the onset of El Nino conditions in the Pacific. As a scientist, he has chased tornadic storms and has flown into hurricanes. His experience ranges from Arctic work in Alaska to tropical forecasting in Panama. He currently serves as chair of the Broadcast Meterorology Committee of the National Weather Association. He also founded the Kern Chapter of the NWA and was the initial president.
Reservations can be made by calling the Tehachapi Museum at 822-8152 or by mailing a check made out to the Tehachapi Heritage League for $15 per person to THL, P.O. Box 54, Tehachapi, CA 93581. For more information call Charles White at 661-972-0958.