Meteorology is still a relatively young science with lots of interesting challenges remaining for physicists in improving predictions of our weather and climate. The talk will outline the some of these science challenges, including the contributions made from developments in modelling and observations and how we handle uncertainty in predictions. The talk will also touch on the challenges of communicating the science to the public and policymakers.
Refreshments are served from 6pm on the day of the lecture for a 6.30pm start. While these lectures are free to attend, please register online.
This year’s London and South East branch dinner will be held on 19 November from 8.30pm at a local restaurant and will follow Dr Paul Hardaker’s evening lecture.