Bart Adrian has been fascinated with the weather and with history since his boyhood in the Chicago area. He majored in engineering applied mathematics at Northwestern University, and then went to Wisconsin where he completed his M.S. (1981) in meteorology at UW-Madison. Bart was called to Milwaukee in 1982 as an on-air meteorologist at WITI-TV (FOX 6). During his 28 years at FOX 6, Bart taught meteorology to UW-Milwaukee undergraduates, and to elementary school students in the UWM “College for Kids” program. He also worked on certification as a high school earth science and math teacher, and gave literally hundreds of educational science talks. Currently he teaches meteorology and mathematics at UW-Milwaukee, assists as a forecaster with the Innovative Weather Program, works part-time as a weather observer for the FAA, and serves as President of the Greater Milwaukee Chapter of the American Meteorological Society.