National Weather Conference to host hundreds, focus on 2011 severe weather
The National Weather Association Annual Conference will host hundreds of meteorologists nationwide this Sunday through Thursday in Birmingham, Alabama. The general public is invited to join the conversation and discuss the severe weather events of 2011.
The National Weather Association Annual Conference will host hundreds of meteorologists nationwide this Sunday through Thursday in Birmingham, Alabama. The General public is invited to take part in a Town Hall to discuss 2011 outbreaks of severe weather.
Chief Meteorologist Jennifer Rukavina and Meteorologist Kyle Mounce will be attending this weekend and a portion of next week as part of their continuing education and to join the conversation about climate change and how to improve severe weather preparedness awareness for viewers.
On Tuesday, the National Weather Association will host a Town Hall for the general public through a live web broadcast. The highlighted event will be the tornado outbreak of April 27, which included Tuscaloosa, Alabam.
"It will be a superb opportunity to listen to survivors of one of the worst tornado outbreaks in United States history and to watch scientific data being gathered in real time." (National Weather Association)
To take part in the Town Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. (central) , click this link: NWA TOWN HALL STREAM.
During their time there, Jennifer and Kyle will be posting updates on Twitter, Facebook, and blogging on wpsdlocal6.com/weather.
To see a full line-up of all the sessions they will be attending Sunday through Wednesday, see the agenda.