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chapter news Sacramento Puerto Rico The first chapter meeting was held on 3 February The 5 March meeting was held at the National 1998. Edwin X Berry, an AMS Certified Consulting Weather Service Forecast Office (NWSFO) at the Luis Meteorologist, talked to the chapter about his role as Munoz Marin Airport. Chapter Chairman Shawn an expert witness for the defendant in a murder case. Bennett gave chapter members a brief summary of the Berry developed software that displayed environmen- AMS conference that he attended in January in Phoe- tal scenarios both graphically and alphanumerically. nix, Arizona. He was able to meet with several im- The scenarios could be changed on the fly in the court- portant people from the news media including John room to counter any angle the prosecution could think Toohey Morales, a former National Weather Service of. His program was singled out as the main reason (NWS) San Juan office employee, whom he met for the defendant won the case. the first time. Chapter Chairman Rick Suggs introduced visitors. Bennett then introduced Brian Heckman from He mentioned that the chapter's Web site is now COMET UCAR in Boulder, Colorado. Heckman an- online and can be accessed at http://members.aol.com/ http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Sacramento Puerto Rico The first chapter meeting was held on 3 February The 5 March meeting was held at the National 1998. Edwin X Berry, an AMS Certified Consulting Weather Service Forecast Office (NWSFO) at the Luis Meteorologist, talked to the chapter about his role as Munoz Marin Airport. Chapter Chairman Shawn an expert witness for the defendant in a murder case. Bennett gave chapter members a brief summary of the Berry developed software that displayed environmen- AMS conference that he attended in January in Phoe- tal scenarios both graphically and alphanumerically. nix, Arizona. He was able to meet with several im- The scenarios could be changed on the fly in the court- portant people from the news media including John room to counter any angle the prosecution could think Toohey Morales, a former National Weather Service of. His program was singled out as the main reason (NWS) San Juan office employee, whom he met for the defendant won the case. the first time. Chapter Chairman Rick Suggs introduced visitors. Bennett then introduced Brian Heckman from He mentioned that the chapter's Web site is now COMET UCAR in Boulder, Colorado. Heckman an- online and can be accessed at http://members.aol.com/

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: May 1, 1998

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