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Previous Conferences (including presentations)
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.
SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND VIRTUAL "MINI-CONFERENCE" 9AM-11AM on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14
While we aren't able to physically meet in person to discuss our passion for weather, we can "meet" virtually. That being said, we are excited to announce that a virtual "mini conference" will be held on Saturday, November 14th between 9AM and 11AM - so mark your calendar! We are planning on having three talks - each lasting approximately 40 minutes:
1. Mish Michaels will have a presentation comparing outlooks for the coming winter from various sources, both local and national.
2. Hayden Frank from NWS-Norton and Charles Orloff from the Blue Hill Observatory will have a presentation on the Cape Cod Tornadoes from the summer of 2019.
3. Andy Nash from NWS-Norton will have a presentation on all of the changes coming to some NWS products (a.k.a Hazard Simplification)
now for this year's conference - it's free!
Register now for this year's conference - it's free!
COVID-19 POSTPONES THE 2020 SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND WEATHER CONFERENCE UNTIL 2021
In light of the current climate and many unknowns regarding COVID-19, the Southern New England Weather Conference committee made the difficult decision to postpone our 20th annual conference. The health and safety for our presenters/attendees is our top priority. The next Southern New England Weather Conference will be held in the Fall of 2021 -- we are aiming for Saturday, October 23, 2021. We understand the disappointment this might have caused and, believe us, we are equally disappointed as well.
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.