Weather Forecasts: From Tragedy to Triumph at the Queen Anne Science Cafe

Tuesday, 4 December 2012 - 7:30pm
T.S. McHugh’s, Seattle Click here for Map

Cliff Mass, Ph.D., Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington
Weather forecasts used to be very unreliable with major events like the 1962 Columbus Day Storm and 1938 Hurricane -- being essentially unforecast. But something has changed. By the early 1990s, technology had significantly enhanced our ability to predict the weather, and the future promises exciting advances. At the December Queen Anne Science Café, join UW Atmospheric Sciences professor Cliff Mass to explore the improving technology of weather prediction. Download the PDF flyer.  *NOTE: Space is limited, so please consider arriving at least 30-60 minutes early. 
Queen Anne Science Café is your opportunity to talk with researchers about science and technology research—all in the comfortable atmosphere of a local pub. Queen Anne Science Café is held on the first Tuesday of each month. Did you miss a café and want to hear the discussion? Most Science Cafés are recorded by KCTS 9 and are available for online viewing. Queen Anne Science Cafes take place at T.S. McHugh's and are presented by Pacific Science Center and KCTS 9.