With Rollie Lamberson, Jerry Rohde & Nancy Dean
Examine the history of epic North Coast floods and the weather patterns that spawned them. Rainfall records in December 1955, produced flooding, 74 deaths and $200 million damages. A horrible prelude to the storm of December 1964, which produced record high flows on every river in the region. Whole towns disappeared, and the North Coast was isolated for weeks.
Fri., July 27 • 2-4:30 p.m.
$35 • Class #: 31203
Nancy Dean received her B.S. in atmospheric science from UC Davis. She has worked for the NOAA; the National Weather Service (NWS) in Great Falls, Mont., Billings, Mont., and in Riverside, Calif.; the NWS Headquarters in Silver Springs, Md. She was the the NOAA meteorologist-in-charge from 1993 to 2015 in Eureka, Calif.