Memphis Focusing on Alaska, Leetmaa described some of the The chapter held its fourth meeting of 1998-99 on observed temperatures at Fairbanks, Seward, and Ju- 2 March 1999. There were 22 people present, which neau during the recent El Nino and La Nina cycles. The included guests from the Fort Worth, Texas, National results are rather ambiguous—no strong, convenient Weather Service (NWS) regional headquarters in at- pattern emerges. Leetmaa noted that decadal trends tendance for a manager's meeting being held at the seem to be more important in Alaska than El Nino- Memphi s NWS forecast office (NWSFO). The Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycles, though both play evening commenced with a brief business meeting. roles. Items of interest included an announcement that the Discussing the results of modeling experiments, 1999 Memphis-Shelby County Science and Engineer- Leetmaa presented some graphics, which suggest that ing Fair will occur during mid-March and that local 1- 2 weeks are required for an ENSO signal to be re- chapter judges are needed. flected over Alaska. The strong El Ninos of 1983 and Chapter members Ben Boorman and Erik Proseus 1998 showed strikingly similar patterns during Janu- volunteered again this year to serve as judges. The
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1999
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