Greate r Milwaukee ground nearly covered with hail as well as rivers of On 22 September 1998 over 85 people gathered for hail flowing by due to recent heavy rains. Jalas showed the first meeting of the chapter's season. The topic for a video of their encounters with several supercells in the evening was an annual tradition as the University Nebraska. One of the cells appeared to show a possible of Wisconsin—Milwaukee (UWM) storm chase teams tornadic circulation. presented highlights from their 1998 chases. After Chap- Team 3 member and Chapter President Frederick ter President James Frederick welcomed everyone and presented highlights of his team's 25-31 May trip. introduced the officers, the evening's talks began. They headed toward an active front spanning the Each year the Atmospheric Science Club at UWM southern plains. The team tried to catch several plans a storm chase. Team members incorporate spot- supercells near San Angelo, Texas, on 26 May, but the ter training, classroom work, and hours of preparation threat of darkness, severe flooding, and rain-wrapped as well as assembling a support team of forecasters tornadoes ended that day's chase. Frederick showed prior to hitting the road. This year, three teams chased, video
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1998
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