Weathering the Storm: Navigating Extreme Weather in Newfoundland and Labrador

This is a must-attend public education panel for all residents concerned about weather-related emergencies. Hosted by popular local meteorologists Ashley Brauweiler and Eddie Sheerr, this event brings together a group of distinguished experts to discuss the impact of extreme weather events in Newfoundland and how to prepare for them.

Free Public Panel Event:

Weathering the Storm:
Navigating Extreme Weather in Newfoundland and Labrador

2:00 pm (NDT) | May 28, 2023

Sheraton Hotel, St. John’s, NL
Ashley Brauweiler, CBC
Eddie Sheerr, NTV
Chris Fogarty, Canadian Hurricane Centre
David Day, St. John’s Regional Fire Department
Emily Cumming, Conservation Corps of Newfoundland and Labrador
David Neil, Environment and Climate Change Canada

Join us as we hear from hurricane forecasters and meteorologists who will provide valuable insights into predicting and tracking severe weather patterns. Emergency preparedness experts will share their knowledge and tips on developing effective response plans for natural disasters. Climate change educators will shed light on how extreme weather events in Newfoundland are linked to climate change, how we can mitigate their impact and aim for positive outcomes.

As Newfoundland is no stranger to the wrath of nature, this event aims to equip the public with practical advice and strategies for staying safe during extreme weather events. Whether you’re a homeowner, business owner, or just someone who wants to learn more about weather-related emergencies, this panel is for you.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of an engaging discussion on extreme weather events in Newfoundland. The event promises to be both informative and interactive, so come with your questions and concerns. We look forward to seeing you there!

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