April marks the start of severe weather season in the U.S. but even in March, tornadoes can bloom, as they did in Oklahoma this week.
Snow season isn't over, either. This year, there has been record snow for Boston, while there was so little snow in Alaska, they had to reroute the Iditarod. Meanwhile, record drought in California. What does all this mean?
Extreme weather and changing climate are among the topics that will be discussed this Saturday, March 28 at the 35th Annual Severe Weather Seminar held at Fermilab in Batavia, Il.
Hosted by WGN Chief Meteorologist, Tom Skilling, there will be two sessions--the first session starts at noon, and the evening session will begin at 6 pm. The Severe Weather Seminar is free and open to the public.
You can read more about the Fermilab Severe Weather Seminar here.
WGN-TV will stream the entire 12 noon seminar on WGNtv.com. If you can't make it out to Fermilab, watch the live stream along with me!