Memphi s (EMWIN) demonstration. EMWIN is the data coun- The chapter held its third meeting of the 1998-99 terpoint to NOAA weather radio. This system pro- year on 19 January 1999. The evening commenced vides a continuous data stream of weather watches/ with a brief business meeting. Items of interest in- warnings along with radar/satellite data and forecast cluded an announcement that the 1999 Memphis- maps. An example of the system's capability includes Shelby County Science and Engineering fair will occur weather data from the entire United States down to the during mid-March and that local chapter judges are county level, with data broadcast over the airways free needed. AMS minority scholarships are available. For of charge. According to Nichols, things are being pri- details of the scholarships contact Mark Isaminger. oritized locally, with an Internet version being set up Four local chapter members attended the 79th AMS presently and improvements being made to the Inter- Annual Meeting in Dallas. Reports indicated that the net connections. EM A officials will also have the ca- conference was packed with interesting symposia and pability to automatically activate sirens with the presentations. A key concern raised by the Memphis system. This very
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1999
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