Saturday, March 27, 2010: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Hardin Hall, 3310 Holdrege St., Lincoln,
NE -

Free Parking -- Free Admission

CPSWS 2010 Theme:  "Celebrating 10 Years of Storm Preparedness"

KOLN/KGIN Channel 10/11 Lincoln will interview Jack Williams on their noon news show.
KLKN TV Channel 8 Lincoln will Interview our presenters on the 5 PM and 6 PM news Friday, March 26

CPSWS 2010 and Weatherfest Schedule Speaker Information
Past Events Photo Gallery Exhibits & Exhibitors - including Weatherfest
Click Here for the Weatherfest Poster History of the CPSWS and Weatherfest
Photo Contest form for the CPSWS/Weatherfest  

Featured Presentations at CPSWS 2010

Scott Blair, “Tornadoes Impacting Interstates:  Service and Societal Considerations... stay in your car or head to the ditch?"

  Greg Carbin, "Top Ten Weather Events of the Past Ten Years"
Jack Williams "The Ultimate Guide to America's Weather" Vince Miller, "Photographing the Weather and Scenery of the Great Plains"
Barb Mayes, "Nebraska Severe Weather, 2009 and Looking Ahead to 2010"   Brian Smith:

 “2010:  The Year Spotters Make Contact" Spotter Training Workshop - Open to the Public and Storm Spotters

Every year this workshop is open to area storm spotters, emergency managers, the media and the general public.

Spotter Training Courses - Open to the Public Weatherfest: Family-Oriented Exhibits to encourage weather and science education for K-12 students
Annual Photo Contest and Public Photo Exhibit
sponsored by the Lincoln Camera Club

CLICK HERE for more information

CPSWS 2010 Special Events:

  • Meet the Lincoln and Omaha television weathercasters
  • Television Broadcasters Public Panel Discussion in the Auditorium
  • Workshops on creating successful digital photographs
  • Annual Photo Contest and Photo Exhibit sponsored by the Lincoln Camera Club
  • Weather Balloon launch and tracking
  • Jack Williams, "The Ultimate Guide to America's Weather", book signing
  • Mike Mogil, "Extreme Weather", book signing
  • Family Weatherfest: "Be Weather Wise with Weather Whys", "Clouds all Around Us",  "Discover Geography", "Lore of the Tree Rings", "Observing the Weather", "On the Safeside", "Severe Weather", "Weather and Climate: Hit or Myth",  and Other Family related weather exhibits
  • Photography Workshops all day
  • NeRAIN will be present; Come and learn more about these observation programs!
  • Emergency Management exhibits
  • Lincoln Amateur Radio Exhibit, Learn how to become a storm spotter
  • And Much More!


 High Plains Regional Climate Center Logo NWS LLCEM National Drought Mitigation Center


University of Nebraska-Lincoln - SNR/IANR

High Plains Regional Climate Center
Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR)
Lancaster County Office of Emergency Management
National Drought Mitigation Center
National Weather Service Omaha/Valley, NE
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Student AMS Chapter
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, School of Natural Resources (SNR)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, SNR Outreach Committee


Applied Climate Science 
School of Natural Resources