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chapter news Houston superhighway" for the future. He said that advances in The speaker at the June 1993 meeting was Bill computer technology will allow higher space and time Reed of the National Weather Service Office in League resolution numerical models of the atmosphere for City, Texas. Reed gave a presentation entitled "The mesoscale forecasting and models for global climate Hurricane Threat in the 1990s." The presentation change prediction to be run in a more timely and included a discussion of worst-case scenarios for the accurate fashion, providing information (as opposed Houston/Galveston area in the event that a category to just data) to decision makers. 4 hurricane makes landfall. Reed said that because Outgoing Chapter Chairperson Julie Campbell pre- there is little change in elevation and the Houston/ sented certificates of appreciation to the 1992/93 Galveston area is located on a coastal plain, wide- officers. She was given a copy of The Weather Book spread flooding associated with a storm surge in such as a token of the chapter's appreciation for her lead- a hurricane could reach several miles inland. The ership. effects would be especially devastating given that there has been major development in the area over the Northeast Oklahoma http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Houston superhighway" for the future. He said that advances in The speaker at the June 1993 meeting was Bill computer technology will allow higher space and time Reed of the National Weather Service Office in League resolution numerical models of the atmosphere for City, Texas. Reed gave a presentation entitled "The mesoscale forecasting and models for global climate Hurricane Threat in the 1990s." The presentation change prediction to be run in a more timely and included a discussion of worst-case scenarios for the accurate fashion, providing information (as opposed Houston/Galveston area in the event that a category to just data) to decision makers. 4 hurricane makes landfall. Reed said that because Outgoing Chapter Chairperson Julie Campbell pre- there is little change in elevation and the Houston/ sented certificates of appreciation to the 1992/93 Galveston area is located on a coastal plain, wide- officers. She was given a copy of The Weather Book spread flooding associated with a storm surge in such as a token of the chapter's appreciation for her lead- a hurricane could reach several miles inland. The ership. effects would be especially devastating given that there has been major development in the area over the Northeast Oklahoma

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Published: Sep 1, 1993

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