This year’s National Weather Association annual meeting is being held at Madison‘s Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center. First proposed in 1938, and then opened in 1997, the Monona Terrace already has a long history. The original design was by Frank Lloyd Wright (FLW) and included an “auditorium, marina, courthouse and city hall” and a jail! FLW, who was born in Spring Green, just west of Madison, also designed New York‘s GuggenheimMuseum and Fallingwater in Pennsylvania and is considered to be America’s most famous architect. The Convention Center affords beautiful views of LakeMonona and the surrounding area.