Coming Up in GLCCSchool: Weather Makers...Forecasting High & Low Pressure Systems

dancline - March 10, 2020

This Webinar was broadcast live on March 10th, however the recording of the live event remains available for recording registration. Just go to and register.

The wind and weather conditions that you encounter during your outings on the Great Lakes are governed by the passage of low and high pressure systems. On Tuesday, March 10, at 8:00 pm Eastern/7:00 pm Central, meteorologist Mark Thornton will examine the life-cycle and structure of a low pressure system, including cold fronts, warm fronts and stationary boundaries. You will learn what type of weather to expect with the passage of a low pressure system, and how surface weather charts can be used to tell how fast and in what direction weather systems are moving relative to your own position. This third session in GLCCSchool's four-part series of Great Lakes marine weather classes provides the understanding and tools you'll need to better interpret weather forecasts and how they might affect your own boating plans. Don't miss Weather Makers...Forecasting High & Low Pressure Systems. Click here for more information and to register for class.