National Weather Service Media Workshop

Thornton Hall, Room 604

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

11:00 AM

Hydrologist Jeff Kopps discusses flood products issued during the New Year's 2006 storm (click on image to see larger version)

QPF and Flood Diagnostic, Prognostic and Warning Products During the New Years Weekend 2005-2006 Flood Event


Review of Products

Hydrometeorology Prediction Center

River Forecast Center

NWS SF Bay Area/Monterey

Media-NWS Interactions


The National Weather Service Satellite Office is a cooperative endeavor between the Department of Geosciences at San Francisco State University and the National Weather Service Forecast Office Monterey.

The center point of the facility is the Meteorology program's Weather Graphics and Simulation Lab, which consists of 12 laptop workstations and overhead projection system, appropriate for weather briefings, seminars, and inquiry-based and problem-based learning.



National Weather Service Forecast Office
San Francisco Bay Area/Monterey

Satellite Field Office

San Francisco State University
Department of Geosciences


WCM San Francisco Bay Area Dave Soroka meets with Mark Tamayo, Weather Producer and On Air Meteorologist from KRON 4 in San Francisco. (Brooke Bingaman shown in background)


Members of the media, faculty and students gather for the NWS presentation on the New Year's Day 2006 floods in north-central California.