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Rosenmeier Center virtual forum to feature Paul Douglas and Mark Seeley

Meteorologist Paul Douglas and climatologist Mark Seeley will speak on the weather and the link to climate change at the Rosenmeier Center’s next virtual forum at 7 p.m. April 19. The dual presentations are titled “The Climate Conundrum: Threats and Opportunities for Minnesota's North Woods.” They’ll discuss weather/climate risks in...
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Interview: Paul Douglas, Scottish Water

Like architecture in the real world, an IT architecture in the digital world forms a solid foundation on which to develop a digitally enabled organisation. Paul Douglas is lead enterprise architect at Scottish Water and has a background in civil engineering, which is where his career at Scottish Water started 25 years ago. Over time, he moved into business change, transformation and setting digital strategies for the organisation.
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Paul Douglas: Get ready for a blizzard and major winter storm

Watches and Warnings. Here it comes as you can see from the map at the top of the page. 2020 has robbed us of so many things. One thing this virus won't take away is a white Christmas. The question now is: how white (how many inches) and will anyone be able to safely drive on our highways later this afternoon and tonight? Never tell a Minnesotan not to drive, but I'm telling friends and family (and I consider you extended family, by the way) to stay put after the lunch hour.
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Paul Douglas: Prepare for a White Christmas…and then some

It has been a strange few months in the weather department. A record snowy October, statewide, followed by respectable snowfall in early November, only to fall off a cliff and enter a prolonged "snow drought" from the latter half of November into December. It's strange to be staring out at green(ish) lawns on the 22nd day of December and open water on many Minnesota lakes.