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chapter news Central Nort h Carolina sued by county in 1996. Johns mentioned that in fall The chapter year concluded at the annual banquet 1997 winter weather products go operational. Prod- on 20 April 1996. At the banquet, 1996-97 officers ucts will be evaluated internally prior to that time. were inaugurated. Officers are Ted Palma, chairper- User feedback is being acquired by many methods. son; Al Riordan, vice chairperson; Jerry Crescenti, Probability products and use of graphics is being de- secretary; and Paula Kurilla, treasurer. As part of the veloped. Johns explained that many challenges still banquet program, the chapter presented student aca- remain, for example, threshold values for heavy snow, demic achievement awards to Christian Barnes and complex terrain, area affected, verification of Local Darrell Ensley, graduating seniors at the North Caro- Storm Report for winter weather including standard- lina State University (NCSU). ization of reports. The guest speaker at the banquet was Phillip A. The video, Tornado Video Classics, was shown at Arkin, science officer at the National Centers for En- the December meeting by Gerald Watson, NCSU, vironmental Prediction. Arkin spoke on using satel- who selected two excerpts of about 30-35 minutes. lites to estimate precipitation, El Nino, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Central Nort h Carolina sued by county in 1996. Johns mentioned that in fall The chapter year concluded at the annual banquet 1997 winter weather products go operational. Prod- on 20 April 1996. At the banquet, 1996-97 officers ucts will be evaluated internally prior to that time. were inaugurated. Officers are Ted Palma, chairper- User feedback is being acquired by many methods. son; Al Riordan, vice chairperson; Jerry Crescenti, Probability products and use of graphics is being de- secretary; and Paula Kurilla, treasurer. As part of the veloped. Johns explained that many challenges still banquet program, the chapter presented student aca- remain, for example, threshold values for heavy snow, demic achievement awards to Christian Barnes and complex terrain, area affected, verification of Local Darrell Ensley, graduating seniors at the North Caro- Storm Report for winter weather including standard- lina State University (NCSU). ization of reports. The guest speaker at the banquet was Phillip A. The video, Tornado Video Classics, was shown at Arkin, science officer at the National Centers for En- the December meeting by Gerald Watson, NCSU, vironmental Prediction. Arkin spoke on using satel- who selected two excerpts of about 30-35 minutes. lites to estimate precipitation, El Nino,

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Published: Jun 1, 1996

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