Past and recurring speakers include

Janice Huff The lead meteorologist at NBC studios, she has not only been the forecaster for New York city for 20 years, she also makes frequent appearances on the Today show and NBC World News to explain current weather events. In the past she has been a broadcast meteorologist for San Francisco and St Louis. She always welcomes us into her studio for an afternoon to find out what broadcast meteorology is all about.
Dr William Rossow Director of the International Sattelite Cloud Climatology Project for over 30 years, he is one of the leading climate scientists in the world. He is a Distinguished Professor at the City College of New York, and a frequent speaker on climate topics at Weather Camp.
Dr Robert Rabin With joint appointments at the National Severe Storms Laboratory in Norman, OK and the Space Science and Engineering Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr Rabin is a frequent speaker on severe weather and remote sensing at our camp, travel schedule permitting.
Dr Lisa Goddard Director of the International Research Institute for Climate and Society at Columbia University. She specializes in forecasting of El Nino.
Dr Danial Bader Center for Climate Systems Research at Columbia University and Program Manager for theConsortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast. His specialy is urban climate.