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Since 2000, the Southern New England Weather Conference has provided a place for weather enthusiasts and professionals to gather and share their knowledge and expertise regarding topics such as winter weather forecasting, severe weather, hurricanes, advances in the science of meteorology, and emergency preparedness, as well as numerous other topics.

Regardless of whether you are a seasoned professional or have just a casual interest in weather, the Southern New England Weather Conference is sure to offer topics of interest to you!



We are excited to announce that an IN-PERSON "mini conference" will be held on Saturday, July 15th between 8:30AM and 12:15PM at MediTech in Canton, MA - so mark your calendar!  We are planning on having at least five talks at this time, with speakers including:

  • Michelle Mainelli, the Acting Deputy Director of the National Weather Service
  • Joe DelliCarpini, Science and Operations Officer at NWS Norton (Talking about the Northeast Tornado Outbreak of November 13, 2021)
  • Michael Fries, Warning Coordination Meteorologist at NWS Buffalo and Joe DelliCarpini (Talking about the record breaking lake-effect snow this winter)
  • Rebecca Haney, Massachusetts Coastal Zone Management (Talking about Coastal Erosion)
  • Kevin Cadima, Senior Forecast at NWS Norton (Talking about High Wind Forecast Rules of Thumb)


The Complete agenda is available here, and abstracts and biographies for the speakers are available here.

After the mini-conference, there will be an opportunity to visit the Blue Hill for their grand reopening and the opening of the new Mish Michaels exhibit hall.

Since the conference is in-person, breakfast will be provided, but registration will be required.

The Southern New England Weather Conference is a non-profit venture that is sponsored by the National Weather Service Taunton MA, the Blue Hill Observatory and Science Center, the University of Massachusetts-Lowell Student Chapter of the American Meteorological Society and the Lyndon State College Chapter of the American Meteorological Society/National Weather Association.