95th AMS Annual Meeting
4–8 January 2015 • Phoenix, Arizona
Fulfilling the Vision of Weather, Water, and Climate Information for Every Need, Time, and Place
The meeting theme explores how our community is turning this vision into reality. Its focus is the scientific, technical, and professional advances – ongoing and anticipated – required to develop and deliver widespread, highly-customized weather, water, and climate information. Read More
Catch scientific presentations and posters from renowned scientists from around the world.
Paper registrations are due by 15 December.
Please call hotels directly if you would like to book a hotel room.
News & Announcements
- Weather Channel's "Weather Geeks" Live Taping at the Annual Meeting
The AMS is pleased to announce that the Weather Channel's "Weather Geeks" program will be taping 3-4 shows in front of a live audience of attendees at the Annual Meeting in Phoenix in January! The show is hosted by 2013 AMS President Marshall Shepherd. Check out clips from "Weather Geeks" at the link above.
- Meeting Room Request Application
Committee members, exhibitors, sponsors and university staff, please follow the link to submit a meeting room request.
Blog Posts from The Front Page
- 6 December 2014
- Survivors Meet the Storm
- As Typhoon Hagupit (Ruby) headed their way this weekend, Filipinos began to show they were a people far too experienced in the ways of typhoons. Anxiety mixed with prudence. 500,000 people evacuated to safer quarters. Many residents of Tacloban–the city hardest hit by last year’s disastrous Typhoon Haiyan—took shelter in the local stadium. Others stocked [...]
- 18 July 2014
- The Annual Meeting Is Closer than You Think!
- The 2015 AMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix is less than six months away. AMS President Bill Gail and 2015 Annual Meeting Organizing Committee chairs Andrea Bleistein, Andrew Molthan, and Wendy Schreiber-Abshire recently sent out this reminder that the deadline for submitting abstracts for the meeting is fast approaching: Have you submitted your abstract for AMS [...]