Minnesota businesses are affected by weather. Our work helps them understand, plan and make weather-related decisions through the use of climatic data, real-time observations and forecast products. It also helps citizens understand the impact of our changing climate. About the program...
- Presentations to professional groups whose livelihood is affected by climate and weather, including agricultural production systems, forestry, energy and water supply, horticulture, transportation, natural resource management, and recreation. Presentations include...
- Hazardous Weather Awareness and Education Programs—Preparing for and responding to weather-related disasters, such as drought, floods, tornadoes and high winds. Minnesota partners with the national Extension Disaster Education Network.
Mark Seeley chronicles the seasons in Voyageurs National Park, illustrated with 80 stunning photographs.
This report from the Minnesota State Climatology Office covers observed trends in Minnesota in preciptation and atmospheric humidity.
Online discussions with Extension Climatologist/Meteorologist Mark Seeley and other weather voices on Minnesota Public Radio’s Weblog.
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Jet Streaming—Mark Seeley and others review weather and climatology on Minnesota Public Radio.
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