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Chapter News Southeast Wyoming years due to low pressure systems that form in the Gulf A diverse group of students, educators, profes- of Mexico in early spring. sional meteorologists, and the general public attended George Cry then spoke on the weather events that the fifth meeting of the Southeast Wyoming chapter of the Gulf Coast experienced during the El Nino year of the AMS, held on 10 March 1992. The meeting fea- 1991. From January until May of 1991, the Gulf Coast tured a tour of the nation's newest military weather received a substantial amount of rainfall. In parts of facility at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base in Chey- coastal Mississippi, nine inches of rain fell in seven enne, Wyoming. According to Captain Brent Helmick, hours. Baton Rouge had 127% above-normal rainfall base weather chief and SEWAMS vice president, in February. In April, two storm systems brought 33.91 "The Warren weather station is unique because it was inches of rain in Shreveport, Louisiana, 27.9 inches in built from the ground up and designed to house new Roland Fort, Missouri, and 17 inches in Memphis, technologies." Helmick went on to say that many Tennessee. Precipitation in some southeastern areas weather stations 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 years due to low pressure systems that form in the Gulf A diverse group of students, educators, profes- of Mexico in early spring. sional meteorologists, and the general public attended George Cry then spoke on the weather events that the fifth meeting of the Southeast Wyoming chapter of the Gulf Coast experienced during the El Nino year of the AMS, held on 10 March 1992. The meeting fea- 1991. From January until May of 1991, the Gulf Coast tured a tour of the nation's newest military weather received a substantial amount of rainfall. In parts of facility at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base in Chey- coastal Mississippi, nine inches of rain fell in seven enne, Wyoming. According to Captain Brent Helmick, hours. Baton Rouge had 127% above-normal rainfall base weather chief and SEWAMS vice president, in February. In April, two storm systems brought 33.91 "The Warren weather station is unique because it was inches of rain in Shreveport, Louisiana, 27.9 inches in built from the ground up and designed to house new Roland Fort, Missouri, and 17 inches in Memphis, technologies." Helmick went on to say that many Tennessee. Precipitation in some southeastern areas weather stations

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