College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
This course focuses on the most extreme weather events in the United States (primarily in the central plains and Midwest). Students will learn introductory-level atmospheric processes that control the weather, and how these processes create severe weather (i.e., thunderstorms, hail, lightning, tornadoes, ice storms, floods, droughts, etc.). A thorough review of severe weather safety and mitigation will also be explored. Graded on A-F basis only.