Extratropical Cyclones (11/13) and Workshop Mtg. on Hazard Weather Communication (11/18)

Come to our November 13th and 18th Meetings – Register to tour from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on 11/18 the next generation visualization system that is the Star Wars visualization for the forecaster and decision maker at Stony Brook University. Pizza will be provided for all tour registrants. The Workshop begins at 7 p.m. in the same building.

November 18th – Tuesday evening at Stony Brook University on Long Island: 5-7 p.m. tour (pizza provided with registration) & Workshop on Hazardous Weather Communications. Full details, maps, and full list of panelists including Dr. Jason Tuell, Director National Weather Service, Eastern Region and News 12 Meteorologist, Richard Hoffman are provided below: Join us for this timely and important workshop.

Register at: http://you.stonybrook.edu/itpa/2014/10/02/workshop-on-hazardous-weather-communication/

Before the workshop, attendees can visit the "Reality Deck" in the same building (CEWIT), which is a next-generation visualization system that immerses the forecaster or decision support person into the hazard using hundreds of monitors in a room to give a 3D visualization and zoom-in effect.

Where: Center for Excellence Wireless and Information Technology, Stony Brook University


November 13th, Thursday evening at Columbia University – How well do we understand and can we predict extreme weather associated with extratropical cyclones?

Please distribute this e-mail and/or flyers attached to your colleagues and friends.

See you there – maybe will be talking about the 1st snowstorm of the fall by then, or will we?

Mark Kramer, Chair

New York City/Long Island AMS Chapter

AMS Mtg-NYC_Wernli_11-13-14.pdf

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