Weather Conference

Eighth Tri-State Weather Conference Speakers

Saturday, October 15, 2022

Science Building Midtown Campus
Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT

 

Keynote Speakers

Lourdes Aviles, Ph.D. Plymouth State University

Keynote Topic: The 1938 Hurricane.

Topic: Tropical Reanalysis, How and Why.

Andrew Kruczkiewicz, Columbia University

Keynote Topic: Remote Sensing Into Early Warning Systems For Extreme Events To Inform Preparedness Actions And Risk Assessment Within The Humanitarian Sector.

Speakers

Ernest J. Ostuno, National Weather Service Grand Rapids Michigan

Topic: Radar Observations of Tornadic Debris Plumes.

Paul Taschereau, Periship Global

Topic: The Southern New England Severe Weather Outbreak of November 13, 2021

Kevin S. Lipton, National Weather Service Albany, New York

Topic: Retrospective Analysis of the 1954-1955 Hurricane Seasons and Impacts to the Northeast U.S.

Hayden Frank, National Weather Service Boston

Topic: Severe and Tropical Weather, The Summer of 2022

Jana Houser, Ph.D. Ohio State University

Topic: Rapid-scan Radar Observations of the Time-height Evolution of Rotation During Tornadogenesis

Dave Radell, Ph.D. National Weather Service New York, New York

Topic: The Remnants of Ida and the Mullica Hills Tornado

Topic: January 28-29th, 2022 Blizzard.

Quincy Vagell, Tornado Chaser Oklahoma City

Topic: Tornado Chasing from the 2022 Season

Abstract: Tornado Chasing During the 2022 Season

 

The registration fee is $35 and will include a continental breakfast and a full buffet lunch, along with conference materials. Please register online. wcsu.edu/weatherconference/registration

Continental breakfast will be served from 8:15 to 9:00 a.m. in the Science Building Atrium. Please arrive early for check-in and breakfast.

Gary Lessor, Conference Chair, Western Connecticut State University lessorg@wcsu.edu

Mark Kramer, Conference Co-Chair, AMS NYC/LI Chapter nycliams@weathermarkpro.com