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Chapter News Cincinnati Eric Wertz was the evening's speaker. He gave a The Cincinnati chapter meeting was held on 2 April. fascinating presentation on the 1985 tornado out- The number of active members continues to grow as breaks in Ohio, showing excellent photographs of the meteorologists in the private sector have learned of damage incurred. the new chapter through publicity on WKRC-TV. The The next meeting was planned for 23 April at the second meeting was held at WKRC-TV. Meteorolo- NWS Cleveland-Hopkins Forecast Office. Officers gists Tim Hedrick and Steve Horstmeyer, and meteo- will also be elected. Rick Hiltbrend of the National rological technician, Marc Bentley, hosted the meet- Weather Service Forecast Office will speak on radar ing that featured a demonstration of the station's new meteorology. Doppler radar and a tour of the studios. The Doppler University of Oklahoma radar is able to detect turbulence, or spectrum width, The University of Oklahoma's student chapter of the within a thunderstorm. This degree of turbulence can AMS kicked off its semester with the annual then be related to severe weather. The radar is the first Groundhog's Day party on 31 January. Faculty and Doppler-capable radar in the Cincinnati area, and due students http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Cincinnati Eric Wertz was the evening's speaker. He gave a The Cincinnati chapter meeting was held on 2 April. fascinating presentation on the 1985 tornado out- The number of active members continues to grow as breaks in Ohio, showing excellent photographs of the meteorologists in the private sector have learned of damage incurred. the new chapter through publicity on WKRC-TV. The The next meeting was planned for 23 April at the second meeting was held at WKRC-TV. Meteorolo- NWS Cleveland-Hopkins Forecast Office. Officers gists Tim Hedrick and Steve Horstmeyer, and meteo- will also be elected. Rick Hiltbrend of the National rological technician, Marc Bentley, hosted the meet- Weather Service Forecast Office will speak on radar ing that featured a demonstration of the station's new meteorology. Doppler radar and a tour of the studios. The Doppler University of Oklahoma radar is able to detect turbulence, or spectrum width, The University of Oklahoma's student chapter of the within a thunderstorm. This degree of turbulence can AMS kicked off its semester with the annual then be related to severe weather. The radar is the first Groundhog's Day party on 31 January. Faculty and Doppler-capable radar in the Cincinnati area, and due students

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jul 1, 1992

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