There have been a lot of winter weather guesstimates floating around lately, so come hear the predictions first hand from an expert!
On Wednesday, November 11th the Clark Fork Coalition will host a free brown bag presentation on predictions for this year’s winter weather and snowpack. Local climate expert, Nick Silverman, will discuss current El Niño estimates, what that means for Missoula and local streams, and what it means for the state. Silverman will also discuss what aspects of our climate have and have not changed over the past few decades.
This event will be held at the Clark Fork Coalition office at 140 S. 4th St. West in downtown Missoula. It is free and all are welcome to attend.
Contact Katie at Katie@clarkfork.org or (406) 542-0539 ext. 212 for more info. Pray for snow!
The November 11th event is part of the Clark Fork Coalition’s monthly Water Walk and Talks learning series, which keep citizens informed on hot topics and recent developments in the Clark Fork River Watershed.
WHEN & WHERE:
Wednesday, November 11
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Clark Fork Coalition Offices, Missoula