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NWA sponsored Annual Meetings, Conferences and Special Events
|October 18–23, 2014||
39th NWA Annual Meeting
The 39th NWA Annual Meeting (#nwas14) will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah at the downtown Sheraton Hotel. Plan now to attend and present! Contact email@example.com to volunteer to help with the planning and programming.
|March 6–8, 2015||
40th Anniversary Northeastern Storm Conference
Taking place in Saratoga Springs, New York, this meeting will bring together professionals and students to share new ideas and knowledge in the atmospheric sciences. Presenters typically come from the NWS, private sector, broadcast industry, research community and military to cover topics ranging from numerical modeling to global warming.
|October 17–22, 2015||
40th NWA Annual Meeting
The meeting will be held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel is the host hotel. Meetings will be held next door in the Cox Convention Center. It is the NWA's 40th anniversary, so plan to attend this informative meeting and celebration.
Browse to the NWA Local Chapters for information on their local activities.
|October 21–22, 2014||
Pacific Northwest Advanced Flood Warning System Workshop
Flood warning systems save lives, help protect property and they can even help reduce flood insurance rates. This meeting will build on recent flood warning system successes, including flood warning systems credited with saving hundreds of lives during the devastating floods in Colorado in September 2013.
|November 3–7, 2014||
27th AMS Conference on Severe Local Storms
The conference will be held at the Madison Concourse Hotel in Madison, WI. Abstracts are due 1 July 2014.
|November 19–21, 2014||
2014 FLASH Annual Conference – Resilience Revolution
The Federal Alliance for Safe Homes will hold this year's event in Orlando, Flordia, discussing resilience through building codes and construction practices, policy, research, and communications.
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The Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET®) has professional development opportunities online at https://www.meted.ucar.edu/.