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THIS THURSDAY — The CoCoRaHS WxTalk Webinar!
September 29, 2016:
Climate of the South-Central United States: Hot Spot for Extreme Events
The Southern U.S. will be the focus of our sixth and final installment of our mini-series looking at the climate and weather of six regions of the United States. Our September "WxTalk Webinar” will take place on Thursday, September 29th. Join us as Climate of the South-Central United States: Hot Spot for Extreme Events is presented by Barry Keim, Luigi Romolo and Alan Black of the Southern Regional Climate Center, located in Baton Rouge, LA.
Space is limited to the first 500 registrants, so register today! We will notify the first 500 who register of their acceptance to the Webinar. Those who aren't able to attend will be able to watch this episode on-line the following day.
Title: Webinar #52 - CoCoRaHS WxTalk: Climate of the South-Central United States: Hot Spot for Extreme Events
Date: Thursday, September 29, 2016
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern, Noon Central, 11:00 AM Mountain, 10:00 AM Pacific
This presentation will address the climate of the south-central United States, with particular emphasis on extreme events. The region gets way more than its fair share of extremes, including tornadoes, heavy rainfall, hurricanes and storm surge. Oklahoma has long been known as ground-zero for tornadoes, and our coastal zone has experienced some the most catastrophic hurricanes and surge events in the history of the western hemisphere. These extremes include the Galveston Hurricane of 1900, which is the still the deadliest natural disaster in U.S. history, and Hurricane Katrina, which is the most costly disaster in U.S. history. We will also focus on winter extremes as well, including ice storms and snowfall.
Reserve your seat now by registering here: SOUTH-CENTRAL
Be sure to attend our upcoming October CoCoRaHS WxTalk Webinar:
- Thursday, October 20, 2016 - 1PM EDT: "
The COMET Program: Freely available online lessons in weather and the natural sciences
”, presented by Matt Kelsch and Greg Byrd of COMET located in Boulder, CO
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