Virtual Ticket Now Available for Thursday Workshop Focused on ‘Getting Ahead of the Storms’
Join Special One-Day Event in Irvine Remotely That Will Highlight Latest Science in Seasonal Precipitation Forecasting
You can now remotely attend a special one-day workshop this Thursday in Southern California to learn about the latest advancements in sub-seasonal to seasonal forecasting — weather predictions from two weeks to a season ahead — and how these predictions can improve management of water infrastructure including dams, flood storage and reservoirs to ensure water is available for urban, agricultural and environmental purposes.
As climate change continues to make our reliance on historical patterns to forecast California’s water supply increasingly unreliable, what new science, models and technology are being brought to bear on efforts to ‘get ahead of the storms’ and improve drought management?
To find out, register now to attend the workshop this Thursday, June 9, either in person in Irvine or via Zoom.
The one-day workshop, Making Progress on Drought Management: Improvements in Seasonal Precipitation Forecasting, is sponsored by the California Department of Water Resources in partnership with the Water Education Foundation. In-person registration is still available until the day of the workshop.
The event will bring together research meteorologists, climate scientists and others to discuss improvements in the science of long-range forecasting at varying time scales and what may be in store for us this winter.
A full draft agenda and registration information can be found here, but time is running out so reserve your seat (virtual or in-person) today!