NOAA to announce U.S. Spring Outlook and flood risk on March 19
NOAA will announce the U.S. spring flood risk and the temperature, precipitation and drought outlook for April through June. Reporters are invited to participate in a national media teleconference at 11 a.m. ET on March 19.
NOAA produces outlooks to help communities prepare for weather and environmental conditions that are likely during the coming months, to minimize effects on lives and livelihoods. Empowering people with information to prepare and take action is key to NOAA’s effort to build a Weather-Ready Nation.
11.a.m. ET., Thursday, March 19, 2020
U.S. Spring Outlook and Flood Risk Announcement
*For credentialed reporters only
In the U.S.: Call 888-323-9815
International: Call 1-517-308-9302
- Mary Erickson, deputy director, NOAA National Weather Service
- Edward Clark, director, NOAA National Water Center
- Bob Holmes, Jr., Ph.D, chief, USGS National Flood Coordinator
- Jon Gottschalck, operational prediction branch chief, NOAA Climate Prediction Center
NOAA’s Spring Weather Safety Campaign offers information on hazardous spring weather — tornadoes, floods, thunderstorm winds, hail, lightning, heat, wildfires, rip currents and tsunamis — and tips on how to stay safe.