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The National Tropical Weather Conference is the nation’s forum for professional training in hurricane preparedness for broadcast meteorologists. Attendees come from around the country. The conference covers all major aspects of hurricane preparedness, forecasting and research, providing a unique opportunity to learn from top experts in tropical meteorology. It also provides unique science content information for use in broadcasts.
Did you miss the National Tropical Weather Conference? Look for conference videos and presentations on the Schedule Page. Follow this link to 2015 presentations: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3jfm6qtg5y2hfqo/AABYSMphwCWTBSY4JqW9LcMwa?dl=0
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The National Tropical Weather Conference offers 2 [professional development credits to NWA and AMS broadcast members and certificates to document participation in the conference.
Charlie Neumann Selected as Medalist
Mr. Neumann’s entire 70-year (1946-2015) career has been in operational and research work connected primarily with tropical cyclones. Retired from Federal government (NOAA) January, 1987 with 40 years service.
Hurricane Season is over. Dr. Klotzbach wraps it all up.
Following three quiet Atlantic hurricane seasons in a row, there is considerable uncertainty as to whether or not we remain in an active AMO/THC phase (Klotzbach et al. 2015). Another big questions for 2016 is what impacts the current strong El Niño event will play in next year’s hurricane season. While we anticipate that the strong El Niño will have dissipated by the peak of next year’s hurricane season, there is the potential for lingering atmospheric impacts.
For the 2016 hurricane season, we anticipate four possible scenarios.
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2016 National Tropical Weather Conference Date is set
Update your calendars for the next conference. The date has been announced. Sign up for conference updates.
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NTWC Joins HurricaneStrong Effort
The National Tropical Weather Conference will be the launch point to ask broadcast meteorologists around the country to join in the effort to increase hurricane resilience in the United States.
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Charlie Neumann 2016 Medalist
2015 Hurricane Season Ends
2016 National Tropical Weather Conference date is set
Join Us in the Effort!
#HurricaneStrong is a national hurricane resilience initiative to save lives and homes through collaboration with leading organizations in the disaster safety movement. The effort comes at a critical time as public awareness about hurricane readiness is declining due to fewer land-falling storms in the Atlantic.
The collaboration offers empowering hurricane safety and mitigation information through business summits, digital channels, events, home improvement store workshops, media outreach, school lesson plans, and a social media campaign featuring a #HurricaneStrong “Pose”.
Join us for an Optional Dinner Cruise Saturday evening via Osprey Cruises. Departure time from the hotel is 4:45pm. Price is $42 per person. Come Sail with us!
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