Held January 20, this hour-long webinar covers winter weather topics three minutes at a time. From exciting research on thundersnow, to understanding roadway hazards, and emerging impacts from a changing climate - you will have the chance to hear straight from the experts on a wide array of drought-related topics. View the recording...
With a seemingly overwhelming amount of climate data and information available from countless sources, the NOAA Central Region Collaboration Team created this page to provide quick access to popular drought and climate resources, foster connections with regional climate partners, educate through webinars with experts about climate related impacts, and share the latest on the NOAA Climate and Equity Regional Pilots.
Explore NOAA’s eight regions from the comfort of your home! From the Pacific Islands to the Great Lakes and beyond, you’ll learn how NOAA’s work serves the public — and see some breathtaking imagery along the way. You can start with NOAA in the Central Region and continue your journey across the country as new regions are released each Wednesday through September.
The NOAA Regional Collaboration Network is supporting NOAA’s commitment to sustained engagement with underserved communities through regional pilot projects which respond directly to feedback received from partners during Climate and Equity roundtable discussions. In the Central Region the focus will be on building knowledge to support equitable climate resilience.
In order to effectively communicate climate change with stakeholders, information should be tailored to meet their specific needs. Thanks to collaboration between NOAA, the Upper Mississippi River Basin Association, and the Midwest Regional Climate Center, three handouts were created to reach three different audiences: a technical perspective, one in plain language, and one that is a hybrid. These are now available for download and distribution.