March 14, 2020
8:00 - 4:00
8:00 - 4:00
Madison College, Suite/s D1630
1701 Wright St, Madison, WI 53704
We regret having to provide this late notice, but the 2020 Dark Sky Severe Weather Seminar scheduled for March 14th, 2020 at Madison College Truax Campus in Madison, Wisconsin has been canceled.
The cancellation is due to the public health concern of the recent Coronavirus outbreak based on the input of speakers, attendees, and health officials.
We’d like to sincerely thank all our speakers, information area participants, the media and the general public for their participation and community support.
MidWest Severe Storm Tracking/Response Center is working on Basic and Advanced Spotter Classes for the public during the summer of 2020… so stand by! Better yet, consider joining MidWest SSTRC!
Thank you for your understanding and patience during this difficult time for everyone.
Inquires can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
MidWest Severe Storm Tracking/Response Center, Inc.
Key Note Speaker - Victor Gensini, Ph.D., CCM. Assistant Professor Department of Geographic and Atmospheric Sciences Northern Illinois University. Extreme Weather, Climate Variability/Change
March 14, 2020!
Visit our vast Information Area!
Join us for a full day of severe weather information & training!
Learn the role of the Media and how to receive critical alerts, the role of your Emergency Management Team(s), of preparedness, and the many aspects of the National Weather Service. Explore the view of severe weather and climate change. explore the dangers of lightning, interpreting weather radar, the role of the University of Wisconsin, climatology, and of satellite research. We will also present a NWS severe weather/spotter class!
Who should attend?
The Dark Skies Severe Weather Seminar is open to the public and is FREE of charge including no charge parking!
Anyone interested in furthering their education and or training for severe weather, climate, emergency preparedness, storm safety, storm spotting & improving your skills, meteorological knowledge, weather technology and what you can give back to your community are encouraged to attend and this invitation is extended to police, fire & EMS, other professionals as well. .
Registration is not necessary.