Forecasting Nights are weekly and informal get-togethers where CCAMS members and anyone interested in atmospheric science (or want to stop by for any reason!) talk about atmospheric science, their experiences, or whatever they might be interested in! Some of our members also give informal presentations covering anything from interesting atmospheric phenomena to the weather of the week or some atmospheric that might be on their mind. Forecasting Nights are meant to be stress-free and pressure-free.
Stop by and tune in to see what’s going on at CCAMS each week! Feel free to also bring an informal presentation to share with us! It could be about current happenings, cool research, crazy old weather events, or anything that tickles your meteorological fancy.
Forecasting Nights are typically held in the Snee Hall map room (room 1134), but may occasionally change.
Jack Sillin ’22 giving a presentation on Hurricane Ida on August 26, 2021, at Forecasting Night.