Extreme and Unsettled Winter Expected; Winter Weather Outlook Update Webinar Nov. 15th

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"Snowtober" 2011. Photo: examiner.com

The calendar says winter doesn’t start for 6 more weeks but that’s of wee comfort to the hundreds of thousands still without power from last week’s historic snow and rain storms throughout the Northeast U.S.  2011 has been a wild, record-breaking and oftentimes tragic year for weather.  Will the upcoming winter prove just as turbulent?  We believe it will.

Join us on Tuesday, November 15th at 10:30C/11:30E for a brief (25-minute) but thorough update to our Winter Weather Outlook.  Highlights of this free webinar will include:

  • Review of the projected flow pattern for the winter of 2011-2012
  • Discussion of currently projected temperature, precipitation and weather hazards for the winter of 2011-2012
  • Methods for tracking water temperature anomalies over the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and their effect on this winter’s weather
  • A brief discussion of La Niña, the Pacific Decadal Oscillation and the Atlantic Multi-Decadal Oscillation
  • Consideration of analog seasons comparable to this year

This webinar is the 7th in a yearlong series of presentations hosted on behalf of the Association of Contingency Planners by ImpactWeather but all are welcome to attend.

Even if you can’t attend on the 15th, go ahead and register so that you receive notice of the link where I’ll post the recorded version.

Register now.  You’ll be glad you did.

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