Event Title

National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Prospects for Current Water Year

Presenter Information

Brian McInerney

Location

ECC 216 - Auditorium

Streaming Media

Start Date

3-28-2017 8:40 AM

End Date

3-28-2017 9:00 AM

Description

Brian will address the current water year's weather and hydrology that have shaped where we are at this time. He'll review temperature, precipitation, weather patterns, snowpack, and the water supply forecast. Additionally, he'll address how climate change will affect future spring snowmelt runoff scenarios.

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PRESENTER(S):

Brian McInerney - NOAA

Bio: Brian is the Senior Hydrologist at the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has an MS degree in Forest Hydrology from the University of Montana, Missoula, MT., and an undergraduate degree from St. Mary's University in Winona, Minnesota. He has worked for the National Weather Service for 28 years and originally hails from Chicago, Illinois. He currently resides in Park City, Utah.

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Mar 28th, 8:40 AM Mar 28th, 9:00 AM

National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Prospects for Current Water Year

ECC 216 - Auditorium

Brian will address the current water year's weather and hydrology that have shaped where we are at this time. He'll review temperature, precipitation, weather patterns, snowpack, and the water supply forecast. Additionally, he'll address how climate change will affect future spring snowmelt runoff scenarios.