Severe Weather Talks April 1, 2017


April 1, 2017, Severe Weather Seminar: FREE Admission
in the Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center Auditorium (12:30pm - 4:30pm):

Nebraska Innovation Conference Campus Center Auditorium

Jeremy Bower, JRB Storm Photography,: 12:30-1:30pm
"The Art and Science of Storm Photography"

Photo by Jeremy Bower


Tim Marshall: 1:30-2:30pm
ornadic Winds: In-situ and Radar measurements at Low levels (TWIRL). 
His talk will present some chase cases where our group deployed instrumented pods in the paths of tornadoes.  
These data can be correlated with wind speeds that the Doppler On Wheels was measuring.  That way, we can get an idea of what the wind profile of a tornado looks like. 

Storm Spotter Training. Brian Smith, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, NWS: 2:30-4:30pm

Even if you are not a storm spotter, come to this event and learn important storm information,
watch storm video clips, and be better prepared to survive the storms

Previous Severe Weather Talks:

Interested in seeing who the previous Keynote speakers were (CPSWS #1 to present)?

Here is the link to the list of previous Keynote Speakers:

Here is the link to the Videos of the Previous Keynote Speakers: VIDEOS OF KEYNOTE SPEAKERS (2010-2015)