Weather Generator Technical Public Seminar

Join the Department of Water Resources for a hybrid (registration for remote participation below) technical seminar to learn about a new "Weather Generator" tool to help hydrologists, scientists, and technical practitioners in water resources management to better understand and prepare for the impacts of climate change on water resources.

The free tool and accompanying data will help depict increased temperature effects on droughts and floods (especially associated with atmospheric rivers). The weather generator is especially useful for stress-testing water resource systems to identify climate change vulnerabilities and provides a significant benefit to water resource decision-makers who are trying to ensure their systems can manage plausible but previously unobserved extreme events in order to protect their communities.

Location: Rosenfeld Hearing Room at the Warren Alquist State Energy Building. For in-person, register at Eventbrite.

NOTE: Remote participation available. Register at:


1516 9th Street, Sacramento, CA, 95814