West Central Florida Southeast Michigan On 6 April 1998, the chapter meeting was held at The National Weather Service (NWS) in Tampa th e National Weather Service Forecast Office hosted this year's first AM S meeting on 13 May 1998, with significant interest and participation from the lo- (NWSFO) in White Lake, Michigan. At the meeting, cal television weathercasting market. Approximately NWS Warning Coordination Meteorologist Darin 35 NWS, television, retired military, and civilian me- Figurskey and Forecaster Rich Pollman gave an ab- teorologists; AMS DataStreme participants; and breviated Sky war n spotter training presentation com- weathe r enthusiasts attended the meeting. Andy plete with radar examples of severe storms and pho- Johnson, president of the local AMS chapter, chaired tographs of their visual appearance. In addition, the program. Figurskey played a recorded example of a severe thun- derstorm warning read by the automated voice com- Discussions were held on methods to disburse a ponent of the Console Replacement System. The sys- $5000 memorial scholarship fund donated by former tem is being incorporated into the NOAA weather AMS chapter member Bert Wappler. The nominee radio broadcast at the NWS office. The meeting was should be seeking a degree in meteorology
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 1998
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