26TH ANNUAL WINTER WEATHER CONFERENCE IS SATURDAY

October 26, 2018
Hey folks,
It’s time again for the annual Winter Weather Forecast Conference at OMSI.  It’s coming up tomorrow at OMSI.  I’ll be presenting my usual recap of the past winter.
Mark OMSI Forecast Meeting Promo
All the details are on this media release from Oregon Chapter AMS:

26th Annual Winter Weather Forecast Conference

The Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) will host the 26th annual “Winter Weather Forecast Conference” on Saturday, October 27th @ 10 AM @ OMSI in Portland. Meteorologists from across the Pacific Northwest will once again converge on Portland to give their annual forecasts for the upcoming winter to a capacity crowd of nearly 300 attendeesWhat lies ahead this winter with the likely return of El Nino? Come hear the latest details. The Oregon AMS chapter will also be raffling off a $200 voucher to the Tolovana Inn Resort in Cannon Beach, along with a $300 Davis home weather station. This meeting is free and open to all ages of the general public.   

What: 26th Annual Winter Weather Forecast Conference
When: Saturday, October 27th 2018 @ 10 AM.
Where: Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) main auditorium, 1945 S.E. Water Ave. in Portland.  
Meeting and parking cost: This meeting is free and open to all ages of the general public. Free parking in all OMSI parking lots.
Agenda: Meteorologists from across the Pacific Northwest will once again give their weather forecasts for the upcoming winter

Who is the Oregon AMS? The Oregon chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) was founded in 1947 and is the single largest local chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) in the country, with approx. 180 members. The Oregon AMS chapter normally hosts meetings from September to May that are free and open to all ages of the general public. The Oregon AMS welcomes the public to become chapter members for just $10 per year. The Oregon AMS chapter mission statement reads, “The purpose of this society shall be to advance professional ideals in the science of meteorology and to promote the development, exchange, and application of meteorological knowledge.” Our meetings are always found on our web site: http://www.ametsoc.org/chapters/oregon