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.
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 GHCDEM@co.grays-harbor.wa.us 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