Weather Conference

Fourth Tri-State Weather Conference PowerPoint Presentations

To download presentations, simply click on the title of the presentations. Most are available in PowerPoint format.

Jeffrey Tongue

Jeffrey Tongue

NOAA/National Weather Service
Upton, NY

Title: Snow in October – How Could This Happen?

Joey Picca

Joey Picca

NOAA/National Weather Service
Upton, NY

Title: Dual Polarization Radar – What is it and Why Should I Care?

Michael Erickson

Michael Erickson
School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

Title: A Look at High Fire Threat Risk and Ensemble Modeling Over the Northeastern United States

Eleanor Vallier-Talbot

Eleanor Vallier-Talbot
NOAA/National Weather Service, Taunton, MA

Title: The Massachusetts Tornadoes of June 1, 2011 — Before, During and the Aftermath | Part 2

Nicholas K  Coch Ph.D. C.P.G.

Nicholas K Coch Ph.D. C.P.G.
School of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Queens College of C.U.N.Y.

Title: Hurricane Irene – A Catastrophic Hydrological Disaster for the Northeastern U.S.

Anthony P. Praino and James Cipriani

Anthony P. Praino
IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY

Title: Precision Weather, Analytics and Visualization for Emergency Management

Anthony C.  Lorenti, Captain.

Anthony C. Lorenti, Captain
ExpressJet Airlines, d.b.a. United Express. 1999 – Present, Newark-Liberty International Airport.

Title: A Cockpit view of weather.

Hayden Frank and Lance Franck 

Hayden Frank

Lance Franck 
NOAA/NWS/Weather Forecast Office, Taunton, Massachusetts

Title: WSR – 88D Characteristics of Significant Tornadoes in New York and New England

 

Dr. Robert Hart

Dr. Robert Hart
Assistant Professor
Florida State University

Title: “The rarity of the 1938 New England Hurricane as a case of extratropical transition and some insight into its predictability.”