On Monday I visted Mr. Griffith's fourth grade classes at Carter Elementary in Carter County, Kentucky. Pictured below is a group photo of us sitting on the front steps of the school. It was a very nice and warm spring morning! Which was a good change from their 18 snow days this past winter.
I must say, I enjoy driving to Carter County. It's very scenic and everyone's so nice. Some of you may not know this but I was born in Prestonsburg, KY and for a brief time when I was very young, we lived in Grayson, KY before moving to Gallia County, OH. I remember several times as a kid visiting Carter Caves and Grayson Lake.
During my visit to Carter Elementary, we talked a lot about clouds types and what kind of weather they may bring.
-Cumulus clouds often mean fair weather.
-Stratus clouds usually mean a grey day with rain or snow.
-Cirrus clouds often indicate a change in the weather's about to happen.
-Cumulonimbus clouds are the thunderstorm clouds. 'nimbus' in cumulonimbus is Latin for rain.
Keep up the great work at Carter Elementary and thanks for having me!
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