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Event Details

NRASP Membership Luncheon - July 2019 - Northern Plains Severe Weather: Risk vs. Vulnerability - Greg Gust of NWS Grand Forks

  • 17 Jul 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
  • Hilton Garden Inn

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Description:  Severe, dangerous and/or extreme weather occurs throughout all of our typical Northern Plains Seasons.  This presentation will review our risk or exposure to different forms of severe weather, highlight a few of our more recent episodes, and discuss strategies you may employ to reduce your overall vulnerability to a disaster as a result of our more exciting weather phenomena.

About Our Speaker:  Greg is a Warning Coordination Meteorolgist who has been serving in this Northern Plains regions since 1998, though his activities have often taken him nationwide and even worldwide.  Fair warning - if you get him started he will talk your ear off.

On the Menu: Fajita Bar

(If you have special dietary needs please inform a Board Member when checking in for the meeting)

 

 

 

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