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Our Weather Forecast – What’s in Store?

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This webinar will identify the natural variations that affect year-to-year climate in Texas and their use in seasonal forecasting.  It will explain why something happening half a world away can have such a big impact on our weather.  It will also look at the possible role of climate change in the recent drought and future droughts.  Finally, it will examine the latest conditions in the Pacific and Atlantic and relate them to the outlook for the next several months to a year


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Date and Time

March 6, 2014
12:00 am - 1:00 pm CST


Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon
Texas A&M University professor and Texas state climatologist
Texas A&M University professor

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