National Severe Weather Workshop 2005
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A national forum for academia, emergency management, media, and NOAA to exchange information and techniques for public safety during severe weather.

March 1-3, 2007

National Center for Employee Development

2801 East State Highway 9
Norman, Oklahoma 73071-1104

See the AGENDA page for our exciting new program,
including the Role-Playing Scenario!

"Online" Registration has closed.

To register at the door:

Download and complete the Walk-in Registration Form (.doc or .pdf format).
Bring the completed form to the Conference Center to finalize registration
(forms will also be available at the Reed Center Registration Table.).

You may pay by credit card, check, purchase order, or cash at the door.

Workshop Registration Fees
Three-day workshop -- $100
One-day workshop -- $50

NSWW Payment Policy: Payments by check or purchase order must be postmarked by the payment deadlines.

  • Payments after February 25th must be presented at the door.
  • Payments by credit card will be accepted online until February 25th.
  • At the door, you may pay by credit card, check, purchase order, or cash.
  • Click here to register ONLY for the FREE Saturday afternoon
    Storm Observation Training


    The National Severe Weather Workshop will feature the nation's premiere severe weather experts discussing the latest research and forecasting techniques.

    Designed for emergency managers, storm spotters, media, educators, meteorologists, and other weather enthusiasts, the workshop will offer a unique opportunity to expand your understanding of the role of the Storm Prediction Center, National Weather Service forecast offices, Emergency Managers, broadcast meteorologists, educators, and others involved in severe weather events.

    Experience "The Scenario" where Emergency Managers, Media, and NWS personnel switch places to learn how the others perform during severe weather.

    Tour the new National Weather Center, home of meteorological entities from the University of Oklahoma, the National Weather Service, the Storm Prediction Center, the National Severe Storms Laboratory, the Warning Decision Training Branch, the Radar Operations Center, and the Oklahoma Climatological Survey.

    Sponsored by:

    • NOAA: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
      NWS: National Weather Service (NWS)
      National Centers for Environmental Prediction
      Storm Prediction Center
      Warning Decision Training Branch
      Southern Region Headquarters
      Norman Forecast Office
      Central Region Headquarters
      OAR: Oceanic and Atmospheric Research
      National Severe Storms Laboratory
    • OEMA: Oklahoma Emergency Management Association
    • COCAMS/NWA: Central Oklahoma Chapter of the American Meteorological Society/National Weather Association


    Updated February 23, 2006

     Conference organizers