ill" The Pennsylvania State University slated for release in the spring of 1997. The meeting The second meeting of the Fall semester was held concluded with a question-and-answer session.—An- on 14 November 1996. After announcements were drew J. DeCandis. made, Chapter President James West introduced the guest speaker, Jack Williams, an editor of the USA Ne w York City/Long Island Today weather page and the author of USA Today's Chapter members convened on 7 November 1996 Weather Book. to hear Frank Nocera, a meteorologist with the New Williams began his presentation with a discussion York City National Weather Service (NWS) Forecast of the origin and evolution of USA Today's weather Office. Nocera spoke about operations at the Austra- coverage. When Allen Neuharth, chairman and CEO lian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). He contrasted of the Gannett Corporation, created the paper, he de- operations in the United States at the NWS with the cided that he wanted a full page of weather coverage BOM, discussing many different aspects of structure, in each edition. Williams was hired to head the de- forecasting, the use of radar, automated weather sta- velopment and editorial duties for the weather page. tions, numerical models, and training
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 1997
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