March 11, 2023

The Northwest Weather Workshop is Back In Person! May 12-13 in Seattle.

The Pacific Northwest Weather Workshop is the region's premium weather gathering, and it is back as an in-person meeting on May 12-13th at NOAA's Sand Point facility in Seattle.  This will be a hybrid meeting, so those of you who wish to attend remotely can do that as well.

At this workshop, we discuss the latest advances and studies regarding Northwest meteorology and climate (including British Columbia) and review the major weather events of the past year.

The upcoming meeting will include talks on advances in regional weather prediction technology, the Portland snow bust, the December ice storm, wildfire meteorology, the autumn smoke event, new initiatives in media weather, regional climate change, and much more.

We will also have a banquet at Ivar's Salmon House (in Seattle) on Friday evening, with an engaging speaker.

If you are interested in attending, you can get more information and register at the meeting website:

And those interested in giving a talk, please send me a title and abstract by April 10.

The meeting is a joint project of the University of Washington, the National Weather Service, and the Seattle/Portland Chapters of the American Meteorological Society, and has been going since the mid-1980s.

I hope many of you can make it.

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