11 Alive StormTrackers: The Science Behind Tracking Thunderstorms
Presented by 11 Alive, TEGNA, Emory University
Join the 11 Alive Stormtrackers as we explore the science behind storms and stormtracking! Want to know how we predict storms? What type of storms are likely to produce tornadoes? Just fascinated by weather, in general? This event is for you! Join us for this interactive presentation appropriate for the whole family. We'll explore thunderstorm life cycle and forecasting, how radar allows us to see a slice of a thunderstorm, and feature the 11 Alive ThunderTruck storm chasing car!
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Paid parking is available. The closest parking deck to the Mathematics and Science Center is the Oxford Road Parking Deck. If the Oxford Road Parking Deck is full or unavailable, the Peavine Parking Deck is the next closest available parking deck.
Take the 816 Bus/16N Highland Ave VA Highland Emory to Clifton Rd & Houston Mill Rd which is a 0.9 mile walk to the site.
This event is indoors and all attendees must be masked at all times. This event is hosted at Emory University and follows Emory COVID guidelines. The most up to date ones can be found here.
As with all ASF events, we ask you to take care of yourself and your community. Stay home if you feel ill, get vaccinated and mask up when in close proximity to others!