NOAA to announce U.S. Spring Outlook and flood risk
NOAA’s outlook provides emergency managers, water managers, state and local officials, and the public with valuable information so they will be prepared to make good decisions to protect life and property.
NOAA experts will also highlight NOAA’s Spring Weather Safety Campaign, which offers information on hazardous spring weather, such as tornadoes, floods, thunderstorm winds, hail, lightning, heat, wildfires, rip currents and tsunamis, and tips on how to stay safe.
Media teleconference to announce 2017 U.S. Spring Outlook
Thu., March 16, 11:00 a.m. EDT
This event is for reporters only. For the call-in number, please contact Maureen O’Leary.
Jon Gottschalck, chief, Operational Prediction Branch, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center
Tom Graziano, Ph.D., director, NOAA's Office of Water Prediction
Additional experts available during Q&A:
Deke Arndt, Ph.D., chief, Climate Monitoring Branch, NOAA's National Climatic Data Center
Brad Rippey, meteorologist, U.S. Department of Agriculture