UPDATE: Summary and video are found here. Each month I participate along with several others in the Southeast Climate Monthly Webinar, which features an update on climate conditions around the region along with an outlook for the future conditions or another topic of special interest. This week Tuesday March 28 I am especially looking forward to hearing from David Zierden, the Florida State Climatologist, who will be speaking about the end of La Niña and what to expect as the conditions swing from neutral to a possible El Niño next winter. I know it will be a great presentation! If you can’t make the webinar, you can register and you will get a link to view the video later. I will also update this blog post with a link to the YouTube video.

Join us for the Southeast Climate Monthly Webinar! These webinars provide the region with timely information on current and developing climate conditions such as drought, floods, and tropical storms, as well as climatic events like El Niño and La Niña. Speakers may also discuss the impacts of these conditions on topics such as wildfires, agriculture production, disruption to water supply, and ecosystems.
The March 28 webinar will feature a special presentation on “La Niña scorecard for the Southeast, and what to expect this Spring/Early Summer”

Missed the February webinar with a special presentation on the “Exploring Exposure in the Climate Mapping for Resilience and Adaptation Portal”? Summary/recording can be found here >
February Presenters
Climate Overview
Chris Fuhrmann | Southeast Regional Climate Center
Water Resources Overview
Jeff Dobur/Todd Hamill | NWS Southeast River Forecast Center
Agriculture Impact Update
Pam Knox | University of Georgia
La Niña scorecard for the Southeast, and what to expect this Spring/Early Summer David Zierden | Florida Climate Center and Florida State Climatologist
Register Now
Can’t make the webinar? Register now. We’ll record the webinar and send you the link after the live event. For additional information, contact Meredith Muth, NOAA/NIDIS.