National
Weather
Association
NWA 42nd Annual Meeting
September 16-22, 2017
Garden Grove, CA
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Putting Science
Into Service

Dave Freeman 2016A message from our President:

Dave Freeman 2016: Final Thoughts I know it sounds corny, but it really does seem amazing that it is time to write my last message to you as President of our National Weather Association. It feels like the year has flown by and that it can’t really be December. But I have pitched my inning, and I see President-Elect Gail Hartfield warming up in the bullpen, ready for her first pitch as President in just a few days. Hopefully, you have a sense this year that the National Weather Association has taken some important strides and that it is better positioned to serve the operational meteorology community. I sure have that sense having watched the progress. READ MORE

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Winter storms can bring snow, sleet, and freezing rain across the entire United States and its territories. Even Hawaii gets snow in its Big Island, and major cities as far south as Atlanta and Dallas have been paralyzed by snow and ice. Blizzards occur when strong wind causes blowing snow and whiteout conditions, making roads impassable. Get ready for winter weather with preparedness tips from the National Weather Service. Stay safe this winter!   LEARN MORE  

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Connecting Operational Meteorologists in Pursuit of Excellence in Weather Forecasting, Communication and Service

42nd NWA Annual Meeting Venue and Hotel: Hyatt Regency Orange County, 11999 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove, CA 92840

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Theme

“Putting Science into Service”

Abstract Submission Information

Read submission guidelines here.

 Abstract Submission Form

Important Dates

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: 9 March 2017
  • Oral and Poster Presenters Notified: late April 2017
  • Preliminary Agenda Posted Online: Summer 2017
  • 2017 NWA Annual Meeting: 16-22 September 2017

Schedule of Events

  • Broadcast Meteorology Workshop: Sunday, 17 September
  • Ninth Annual Student Session including Speed Mentoring: Sunday, 17 September
  • General Sessions: Monday-Thursday, 18-21 September
  • NWA Annual Awards Luncheon: Wednesday, 20 September

Additional Information

For more information on exhibits, special accommodations, registration and the overall meeting program, keep checking the 2017 Annual Meeting Page and its links, or contact the NWA office at 405-701-5167 or nwahelp@nwas.org. NWA will provide updates on this Web page, on the NWA Facebook Page, Twitter and other social media. Please use the hashtag #NWAS17 for any tweets associated with the 2017 Annual Meeting.