Weather Interpretation Talk June 16, 2021
Weather interpretation evening talk
Every year we like to deliver talks on various topics that impact us in the outdoors. Something we come across with our course participants is the confusion around understanding weather and what is important to know for planning and going out on adventures.
Weather interpretation is such a critical part of our training and works environment and yet there is very little training out there for recreators. So let’s have a chat, share some knowledge, and help you build on your current understanding so you can start thinking carefully about the weather and how you can plan with it.
TIME & LOCATION
The talk will be held at the Governors bay community Centre. We welcome you to arrive around 6:45 pm to be seated and the talk will kick off at 7 pm.
We expect the talk will last roughly 1.5hrs and we’re happy to hang around and answer any questions until 8:45 pm.
There is a door fee of $5.00 which will be donated to the “Restore the Jetty Trust” as a part of our support to our local community in restoring our historic and treasured Jetty.
- Weather websites – what we use and why – the range of sites are available
- Interpreting the forecast – symbols, and data
- Important information we look for from these sites
- Field information: how to recognize deteriorating weather changes