Northeastern Storm Conference

About the Northeastern Storm Conference

The annual Northeastern Storm Conference is an opportunity for students, professors, scientists and other professionals to share and learn about the latest weather and climate research. The Northeastern Storm Conference is the longest-running and largest student-run weather conference in the nation. Over 300 people attend each year!

Conference attendees watch research presentation


The Northeastern Storm Conference is a great opportunity for current students to network with professionals such as meteorologists from the National Weather Service, TV stations, and private companies. Many Lyndon alumni attend this event to reconnect with friends and colleagues. Prospective students considering Lyndon are also strongly encouraged to attend! This conference is a great opportunity to learn what makes Lyndon Atmospheric Sciences so unique. Please contact Dr. Jay Shafer for more details.

Alumni, faculty and students at the 2016 Northeastern Storm Conference

Past Banquet Speakers

Previous keynote banquet speakers include many notable experts in the atmospheric sciences, including: Louis Uccellini, Paul Kocin, Howard Bluestein, Chuck Doswell, Jim Cantore, and Josh Wurman.

Doppler on Wheels at the Northeastern Storm Confreence

This Year's Conference

For more information about this year’s Northeastern Storm Conference, including registration and banquet speakers, please check the NESC home page: