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Webinar- How the weather on our inland lakes is forecast and the importance of knowing the weather for angling safety

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Evelyn on June 21st 2019 on the Greenland Icesheet….this is melting fast due to global warming
Evelyn on June 21st 2019 on the Greenland Icesheet….this is melting fast due to global warming.

Our next webinar is all about the weather. Evelyn Cusack the Head of Forecasting at Met Eireann is presenting this 30 minute “Lunch & Learn Webinar” in our #GoFishingWeek2021 webinar series on “How the weather on our inland lakes is forecast and the importance of knowing the weather for angling safety.” Tuesday 27th of April 2021 at 1.10pm. REGISTER HERE.

The webinar will be a 20 minute presentation followed by a 10 minute Q&A session where people will have the opportunity to get involved. Evelyn Cusack is Head of the Forecasting Division in Met Éireann. She joined Met Éireann as a trainee forecaster in 1981 after studying Physics and Maths in UCD and hasn’t changed career yet!

Evelyn will talk to us about how and why National Meteorological Services now name storms and explain the Yellow/Orange/Red warnings codes. As part of the BE SUMMER-READY Safety on the Water campaign Met Éireann has introduced new forecasting services for Irish Coastal Waters and inland Lakes including new 3-day Small Craft and Gale warnings.

Evelyn on June 21st 2019 on the Greenland Icesheet….this is melting fast due to global warming
Evelyn on June 21st 2019 on the Greenland Icesheet….this is melting fast due to global warming.

Tell us if you are joining any of our Go Fishing Week webinars by sharing #GoFishingWeek2021 on social media.

For more information on Go Fishing Week 2021 and how to get involved visit: www.fisheriesireland.ie/gofishingweek.