CBS Meteorologist – March 16, 2017

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  • Frank Wojciechowski

    Resident Pearl Switlyk poses with meteorologist John Marshall during a presentation held at Brandywine Living at Princeton on March 16. The visit was part of this month's Lifelong Learning lecture, “Watches & Warnings: The Impact of Mother Nature. Marshall, meteorologist for WCBS TV, was on-site to give an interactive presentation. Residents and attendees learned about how weather works via a mobile weather studio that was set up at the community. — PHOTO BY FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI

  • Frank Wojciechowski

    Resident Audrey Kadash poses with meteorologist John Marshall during a presentation held at Brandywine Living at Princeton on March 16. The visit was part of this month's Lifelong Learning lecture, “Watches & Warnings: The Impact of Mother Nature. Marshall, meteorologist for WCBS TV, was on-site to give an interactive presentation. Residents and attendees learned about how weather works via a mobile weather studio that was set up at the community. — PHOTO BY FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI

  • Frank Wojciechowski

    As he stands in front of the green screen, meteorologist John Marshall jokes with residents about being superimposed on screen during a tornado, at Brandywine Living at Princeton on March 16. The visit was part of this month's Lifelong Learning lecture, “Watches & Warnings: The Impact of Mother Nature. Marshall, meteorologist for WCBS TV, was on-site to give an interactive presentation. Residents and attendees learned about how weather works via a mobile weather studio that was set up at the community. — PHOTO BY FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI

  • Frank Wojciechowski

    Resident Al Pollack does a mock weather report with meteorologist John Marshall during a presentation held at Brandywine Living at Princeton on March 16. The visit was part of this month's Lifelong Learning lecture, “Watches & Warnings: The Impact of Mother Nature. Marshall, meteorologist for WCBS TV, was on-site to give an interactive presentation. Residents and attendees learned about how weather works via a mobile weather studio that was set up at the community. — PHOTO BY FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI

  • Frank Wojciechowski

    As he stands in front of the green screen that displays the five day forecast, meteorologist John Marshall speaks to residents from Brandywine Living at Princeton on March 16. The visit was part of this month's Lifelong Learning lecture, “Watches & Warnings: The Impact of Mother Nature. Marshall, meteorologist for WCBS TV, was on-site to give an interactive presentation. Residents and attendees learned about how weather works via a mobile weather studio that was set up at the community. — PHOTO BY FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI

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