Weather Prediction Class Tonight

Want to know more about the weather and weather forecasts? How do forecasters do it? How do they read those forecast charts? What do they mean and how can I use them too?

Two National Weather Service Seattle forecasters will provide those answers and more at a special Coastal Marine Weather Presentation at Grays Harbor College, 2000 Building, room 2250 on Thursday May 24th starting at 6 PM.

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This is your chance to learn more from Jay Albrecht – Lead Forecaster, and Ted Buehner, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, both from the Seattle Forecast Office. On-line NWS web site demos will also be available and they can address questions you have always wanted to ask a meteorologist. Don’t miss this unique opportunity!

To register, contact Chuck Wallace at Grays Harbor County Emergency Management at [email protected] or

360-249-3911. Register now! Space is limited!!

What: Coastal Marine Weather Presentation

When: Thursday, May 24th, 6 PM

Where: Grays Harbor College, 2000 Building in Room 2250.

Who: Jay Albrecht, Lead Forecaster and Marine Program Manager, and Ted Buehner, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, National Weather Service Seattle

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