Fifth Tri-State Weather Conference Schedule
Saturday, 18 October 2014
Blizzard of 2013, Aberration Or The New Normal.
Paul Kocin, Forecast Operations Branch NOAA/National Weather Service
Doppler Radar Signatures Associated with Connecticut Tornadoes 1995 – present.
Ryan Hanrahan, NBC Connecticut – West Hartford, CT
Exploring Tri-State Climate Variability and Change
Dr. David A. Robinson, New Jersey State Climatologist, Rutgers University
Hurricane Sandy - Boundary Layer Structure Affects on Winds and Storm Surge
Jeffrey S. Tongue, NOAA/National Weather Service, Upton, NY
NWS Weather Ready Nation initiative and how science is a critical and integral part
Dr. Jason Tuelll, Director, Eastern Region NWS, Bohemia, NY
Operational Applications of GIS - The Development of A Flash Flood Potential Index for the Tri-State Area.
Nancy L. Furbush and Adrienne Leptich, NOAA/National Weather Service, Upton, NY
The GOES-R Satellite: A New Eye in the Sky
Eleanor Vallier-Talbot, NOAA/National Weather Service, Taunton, MA
Quincy Vagell, Freelance Meteorologist – Naugatuck, CT.
Tracking Hurricanes and Saharan Dust Storms from Space
Jason Dunion, NOAA Hurricane Research Division in Miami, FL.
Winter 14-15...Will Our Long Standing Ideas Win Out?
Joe Bastardi, Weatherbell Analytics LLC