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Chapter News Southeast Wyoming to hit a power company. They indicated that knowing The AMS Southeast Wyoming chapter met for its first when and where to place their support crews in meeting of the 1991-92 season on 8 October 1991 in advance of ice storms is the key to dealing with them. Cheyenne, Wyoming. The meeting was held at Laramie They said that with their radar network, lightning- County Community College and was hosted by Ernie detection system, Weather Channel feed, National Kampe, president of the chapter for 1991-92. The Weather Service data, and their own private consult- guest speaker was Colorado State University clima- ant they were ready to handle such weather by being tologist, Nolan Doesken. Doesken gave a discussion proactive about it. about his 14-year career as a state climatologist for Colorado. His focus was on the Fort Collins, Colorado, Western Wisconsin weather station. He presented a variety of climate The first meeting of the Western Wisconsin chapter of statistics for Fort Collins and compared these to other the American Meteorological Society was held on 26 places in Colorado as well as to data from Cheyenne, October 1991. The meeting was held at the University Wyoming. In addition, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Southeast Wyoming to hit a power company. They indicated that knowing The AMS Southeast Wyoming chapter met for its first when and where to place their support crews in meeting of the 1991-92 season on 8 October 1991 in advance of ice storms is the key to dealing with them. Cheyenne, Wyoming. The meeting was held at Laramie They said that with their radar network, lightning- County Community College and was hosted by Ernie detection system, Weather Channel feed, National Kampe, president of the chapter for 1991-92. The Weather Service data, and their own private consult- guest speaker was Colorado State University clima- ant they were ready to handle such weather by being tologist, Nolan Doesken. Doesken gave a discussion proactive about it. about his 14-year career as a state climatologist for Colorado. His focus was on the Fort Collins, Colorado, Western Wisconsin weather station. He presented a variety of climate The first meeting of the Western Wisconsin chapter of statistics for Fort Collins and compared these to other the American Meteorological Society was held on 26 places in Colorado as well as to data from Cheyenne, October 1991. The meeting was held at the University Wyoming. In addition,

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Published: Jan 1, 1992

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