THE BATON ROUGE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY
BRGS generally meets the second Friday of the month
Meals begins at 11:30 a.m. Talk begins at 12:00 p.m.
Mike Anderson Seafood Restaurant, located at 1031 West Lee Drive
Cost is $20 for members and $25 non-members, and $5 for students.
July 8, 2022:
The Baton Rouge Geological Society Presents:
With more than 20 landfalls since the beginning of the 21st Century, Louisiana has suffered through the most active two decades of tropical impacts on the books for the Bayou State. The uptick in activity is linked to a run of increased activity for the entire Atlantic Basin but seems to be at frequencies higher than the recent rises in basinwide storm counts. We take a look at the long-term records and examine the status and outlook for 2022.
Jay Grymes is the Chief Meteorologist at WAFB TV and celebrated his 25th year with the TV station in August. His TV work has been recognized with a “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters along with two Suncoast Emmys.
Jay came to Louisiana from Delaware in 1985 at the invitation of Louisiana State University. He worked at LSU for more than 20 years, including service as a faculty member and as the Louisiana State Climatologist until his retirement in 2008. Jay maintains an adjunct appointment with LSU today.
In addition to his academic and TV careers, Jay has served as a consultant for GOHSEP for more than 10 years.
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