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chapter news Los Angeles McClellan finished the informative meeting with The chapter met for its February meeting at Cali- some videos taken outside Tucson of monsoon thun- fornia State University, Los Angeles (CSULA) and derstorms, wet downbursts, and mesoscale convective was joined by members of the California Weather As- complexes. The students especially found the visuals sociation and students of CSULA meteorology an excellent way to experience the southwest mon- classes. The speaker for the evening was Charles soon, which few have seen firsthand.—Steve LaDochy. McClellan, one of the chapter's long-term members, Omaha-Offut t who, along with his wife, Marilyn, served the chapter as officers for many years. The McClellans moved to The February meeting of the chapter was held at Green Valley, Arizona, outside Tucson, where they Papillion-LaVista High School in Papillion, Nebraska still are avid weather watchers. Appropriately, on 29 February 2000. The occasion was the third an- McClellan's topic was "The Southwest Monsoon." nual Career Night formally entitled, "Career Oppor- McClellan described what the North American tunities in the Atmospheric Sciences." Including the monsoon system was and how it was caused. Like its evening's panelists, a total of 70 people attended. counterpart in Asia, the North American monsoon http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Los Angeles McClellan finished the informative meeting with The chapter met for its February meeting at Cali- some videos taken outside Tucson of monsoon thun- fornia State University, Los Angeles (CSULA) and derstorms, wet downbursts, and mesoscale convective was joined by members of the California Weather As- complexes. The students especially found the visuals sociation and students of CSULA meteorology an excellent way to experience the southwest mon- classes. The speaker for the evening was Charles soon, which few have seen firsthand.—Steve LaDochy. McClellan, one of the chapter's long-term members, Omaha-Offut t who, along with his wife, Marilyn, served the chapter as officers for many years. The McClellans moved to The February meeting of the chapter was held at Green Valley, Arizona, outside Tucson, where they Papillion-LaVista High School in Papillion, Nebraska still are avid weather watchers. Appropriately, on 29 February 2000. The occasion was the third an- McClellan's topic was "The Southwest Monsoon." nual Career Night formally entitled, "Career Oppor- McClellan described what the North American tunities in the Atmospheric Sciences." Including the monsoon system was and how it was caused. Like its evening's panelists, a total of 70 people attended. counterpart in Asia, the North American monsoon

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Published: Jun 1, 2000

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