An outlook for the 2018 fire season in WA and OR

May 9, 2018 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

What will you learn?
Pre-season climate and weather variables indicate a moderate to high chance of a near average wildfire season in Washington and an above average season for Oregon. During this webinar, we’ll explore the factors that make up this outlook, define what a normal fire season looks like for the Northwest, and discuss the potential uncertainties that may alter this outlook for better or worse.

Josh Clark is the meteorologist for the Washington DNR, specializing in fire weather and applications of weather in forecasting fire danger, smoke impacts, and forest health. He manages the state’s remote weather station network and is an incident meteorologist (IMET).

Session Details: Wednesday, May 9th at 1:00pm US/Pacific || Duration: 1 hour

Who should participate?
Researchers/Scientists, Land managers/Practitioners, Landowners, Firefighters, Other

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