about our members

about our members Richard G. Semonin, retired chief of the Illinois Accu-Weather, Inc., State College, Pennsylvania, State Water Survey, recently completed his term on has developed NEXRAD Doppler radar graphics in the Illinois governor's task real time. The NEXRAD graphics, especially designed force that was established to for meteorologists and weather hobbyists, show color- rewrite the state policy on coded intensity levels, county outlines, and the effec- water resources and land tive range of NEXRAD Doppler radar. The graphics and data are available for all National Weather Service use. test NEXRAD sites. The products are accessible Semonin was a member through Accu-Weather's weather databases Accu- of the Champaign-based di- Data® and Accu-Weather Fax™. vision of the Illinois Depart- ment of Energy and Natural Accu-Weather is currently working on value-added Resources for 36 years and NEXRAD Doppler radar graphics that will make its was named water survey high-tech images easier to read, national and regional chief in 1986. He completed mosaics, and imagery that will show lightning data and his B.S. in meteorology at satellite images. Through an agreement with Paramax the University of Washington Systems Corporation, Accu-Weather receives all in 1955 and joined the State Water Survey the same NEXRAD data for http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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Abstract

Richard G. Semonin, retired chief of the Illinois Accu-Weather, Inc., State College, Pennsylvania, State Water Survey, recently completed his term on has developed NEXRAD Doppler radar graphics in the Illinois governor's task real time. The NEXRAD graphics, especially designed force that was established to for meteorologists and weather hobbyists, show color- rewrite the state policy on coded intensity levels, county outlines, and the effec- water resources and land tive range of NEXRAD Doppler radar. The graphics and data are available for all National Weather Service use. test NEXRAD sites. The products are accessible Semonin was a member through Accu-Weather's weather databases Accu- of the Champaign-based di- Data® and Accu-Weather Fax™. vision of the Illinois Depart- ment of Energy and Natural Accu-Weather is currently working on value-added Resources for 36 years and NEXRAD Doppler radar graphics that will make its was named water survey high-tech images easier to read, national and regional chief in 1986. He completed mosaics, and imagery that will show lightning data and his B.S. in meteorology at satellite images. Through an agreement with Paramax the University of Washington Systems Corporation, Accu-Weather receives all in 1955 and joined the State Water Survey the same NEXRAD data for

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jul 1, 1993

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