Here’s a webinar you will want to watch if you can. David Zierden, the Florida State Climatologist, is giving a webinar on weather and climate threats in the Southeast, especially as they apply to agriculture and climate variability. It will be on Zoom on Tuesday, June 6 at 11:00 AM.

Description of webinar:

Climate trends and variability play an important role in agriculture and the risks faced by producers. Climate predictions and agricultural forecasting provide a critical support structure for the agricultural industry so producers can make informed decisions related to climate variability. In our upcoming webinar, hear from David Zierden as he shares about weather and climate threats as they apply to Southeast U.S. agricultural production. Zierden is the Florida State Climatologist from the Florida Climate Center, which is the leading authority on climate variability in Florida. Register for the webinar to learn about weather and climate trends related to extreme heat and cold, sea level rise, hurricanes, precipitation, and other factors that impact the stability of the agricultural industry.

Update: Here is the summary slide from the presentation:

You can register at June 6, 2023 | Climate Trends & Variability – Applications to Agriculture in the Southeast | virtual – Florida Climate Institute.