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2006 Rocky Mountain Weather and Climate Workshop

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I thought this was worth passing along for those in the region; while the May 20 date may not be very nice for those who are chasing, its something to keep in mind if you're on a down day and in the area. I'll leave it stickied through then..

<div align="center">2006 Rocky Mountain Weather and Climate Workshop

Don’t miss the 2006 Rocky Mountain Weather and Climate Workshop “Severe Weather in the Rockiesâ€. The workshop will take place on Saturday, May 20, 2006 from 9AM-5PM at the NOAA and NCAR facilities in Boulder, Colorado. This year’s program will include the Earth System Research Laboratory’s “Science on a Sphereâ€, a tour of the Space Environment Center, a tour of and weather briefing by the National Weather Service, plus talks such as “Summer Weather Hazards—Staying Safeâ€, Forecasting Convection with Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF), “The Making of a Western Flash Flood†and “What Can We Learn by Observing the Atmosphere?â€.

Advanced registration is required to attend along with a fee of $10 per adult and $5 for children (12 and under). Due to the content of the workshops, we recommend that you do not bring very young children. Your admission includes a box lunch and beverage. For more information click on the CoCoRaHS calendar page: (http://www.cocorahs.org/Content.aspx?page=calendar) where you can download a registration form to mail in, general information and the workshop program.

Space is limited to 115 attendees so send in your registration form and payment in soon as tickets will go quickly! All registrations MUST be postmarked by Monday, May 8, 2006.

For further information, please contact: Henry Reges at [email protected] or 970-492-1196.
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