NOAA Live! Pacific Islands - Hurricanes at Home
John Bravender, Leigh Anne Eaton, and Eric Lau are meteorologists at NOAA’s National Weather Service Central Pacific Hurricane Center. They will explain the science of hurricanes and share the 2020 Central Pacific Hurricane Season outlook!
Did you know Hawai‘i is no stranger to hurricanes? A panel of meteorologists from NOAA’s National Weather Service will take you through the science of hurricanes, how and where they are forecast, the hazards associated with them, and how to stay prepared. They will also share the 2020 Central Pacific Hurricane Season outlook, explaining what we might expect this year.
This webinar is targeted to students grades 2–6 but is suitable for all ages to enjoy
- Stay up to date and follow the National Weather Service’s Honolulu Forecast Office and Central Pacific Hurricane Center on Facebook and Twitter.
- Visit NOAA’s Hurricane Resource Page for information and activities on hurricanes.
- Watch NOAA’s Ocean Today - Fuel for the Storm video to learn about what ingredients are needed for a hurricane to form.
- Test your knowledge with the National Hurricane Center and the COMET Program’s Create-A-Cane virtual lab.
- Use the Historical Hurricane Tracks tool to search for a storm by name, time, or location.
Find out about other Pacific Islands region webinars broadcasting live in May.