We're taking our popular Lunch Break Science series, sponsored by Bon Secours, online!
Each year, hurricanes cause immense destruction across the globe. People often ask, how can scientists forecast a severe hurricane season, yet sometimes find it challenging to predict the local weather from one day to the next?
Well, hurricane forecasting is a complicated process, but it has significantly improved over the years thanks to decades of observation and algorithmic forecasting models. Accurately forecasting hurricanes is extremely important to keeping people safe. That’s why researchers continue to study atmospheric conditions and tirelessly work to make improvements. Find out how they do it from National Weather Service, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, Eric Seymour.
This digital Lunch Break Science is free to attend, but registration is required. Registration will be open until 10:30 am on the day of the event.
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