Intensity of El Niño. Credit: NOAA Visualization Lab.
Intensity of El Niño 2013. Credit: NOAA Visualization Lab.

Time and place

Tuesday February 13th 15.00-17.20, DeGeer Hall
Geo-Science Building, Svante Arrhenius väg 14, section Y2, 2nd floor

(This event has taken place.)



15.00 – 15.10 Introduction – Svante Bodin, Chairman, SMS
15.10 – 15.30 Predictability on different time-scales – Erland Källén, MISU

Producing Seasonal Forecasts: What’s currently possible to achieve?

15.30 – 15.50 Seasonal forecasting at the Meteorological Office, Exeter, UK – Adam Scaife, Met Office, UK
15.50 – 16.10 Seasonal forecast products within the Copernicus Climate Change Service – Anca Brookshaw, ECMWF

Users of today’s seasonal forecasts

16.10 – 16.25 Using seasonal forecasts for insurance investments at AP3 – Dan Bergman, Swedish AP3-fund
16.25 – 16.40 The use of seasonal weather signals at Vattenfall – Johan Sohlberg, Vattenfall

Panel discussion

16.40 – 17.20 Meteorological Seasonal Forecasts: A Bluff or an Opportunity?
Åsa Rasmussen, Swedish Television, Johan Groth, Storm, Joakim Langner, SMHI, Johan Sohlberg, Vattenfall, Andreas Grantinger, METOCC, Adam Scaife, Met Office, UK

18.00 – 20.00 Light food and drinks, incl. wine, will be served in MISU’s lunch/coffee room.

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