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chapter news Kansas City Storms Forecast Center discussed storm damage The 24 March 1993 meeting wa s held at the studios surveys. According to Smith, the surveys are con- of WDAF-TV4 . Chief Meteorologist Mike Thompson ducted to determine the type of severe weather event gave a tour of the weather facilities and demonstrated by correlating the type of damage that resulted. With some of the new technology his station has acquired the aid of numerous photographs and diagrams, Smith recently. According to Thompson , the new equipment, explained that a goo d survey includes reconnaissance totaling over $150,000, assists him in making his daily from both the ground (to determine storm strength) forecasts as well as enhancing his on-air broadcasts and the air (to determine the storm's path). Besides with new graphics. He described the "4Warn" system, instructing the audience on how to interpret storm which automatically and continuously displays watches damage, he also clarified several misconceptions and warnings on a computer-generated map in the regarding what kind of storms cause certain types of corner of the TV screen, and the StormTracker, which damage; for example, he said that twisted trees do not uses radar to track a storm's course 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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Kansas City Storms Forecast Center discussed storm damage The 24 March 1993 meeting wa s held at the studios surveys. According to Smith, the surveys are con- of WDAF-TV4 . Chief Meteorologist Mike Thompson ducted to determine the type of severe weather event gave a tour of the weather facilities and demonstrated by correlating the type of damage that resulted. With some of the new technology his station has acquired the aid of numerous photographs and diagrams, Smith recently. According to Thompson , the new equipment, explained that a goo d survey includes reconnaissance totaling over $150,000, assists him in making his daily from both the ground (to determine storm strength) forecasts as well as enhancing his on-air broadcasts and the air (to determine the storm's path). Besides with new graphics. He described the "4Warn" system, instructing the audience on how to interpret storm which automatically and continuously displays watches damage, he also clarified several misconceptions and warnings on a computer-generated map in the regarding what kind of storms cause certain types of corner of the TV screen, and the StormTracker, which damage; for example, he said that twisted trees do not uses radar to track a storm's course

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1993

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