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chapter news Arkansa s probable forecast across the west for the next 10 days and also the 30- and 90-day climate outlooks issued The 18 April 2000 meeting was convened by Chap- by the Climate Prediction Center. He also discussed ter President George Wilken, who held a brief busi- the current drought conditions across parts of the Mid- ness meeting and made a few announcements. The chapter was polled for attendance the next meeting, west and much of the southern part of the country. The held at Today's THV, Channel 11 in Little Rock, with weather briefing concluded with the discussion of the host meteorologist Ed Buckner. The membership was current water year basin precipitation compared to reminded that if severe weather occurred, the meeting average. Across the eastern Sierra, Nevada, most of the would be postponed or canceled and to check Wilken's basins ranged from 75%-90% of average for the winter. work phone for any messages. He also mentioned the Our guest speaker at this month's meeting was chapter picnic in June. Gerry Bielinski, who currently works as a meteorolo- gis t for the Western Region Climate Center. Wilken then presented the program, "Arkansas's Bielinski' s presentation was on tornado http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Arkansa s probable forecast across the west for the next 10 days and also the 30- and 90-day climate outlooks issued The 18 April 2000 meeting was convened by Chap- by the Climate Prediction Center. He also discussed ter President George Wilken, who held a brief busi- the current drought conditions across parts of the Mid- ness meeting and made a few announcements. The chapter was polled for attendance the next meeting, west and much of the southern part of the country. The held at Today's THV, Channel 11 in Little Rock, with weather briefing concluded with the discussion of the host meteorologist Ed Buckner. The membership was current water year basin precipitation compared to reminded that if severe weather occurred, the meeting average. Across the eastern Sierra, Nevada, most of the would be postponed or canceled and to check Wilken's basins ranged from 75%-90% of average for the winter. work phone for any messages. He also mentioned the Our guest speaker at this month's meeting was chapter picnic in June. Gerry Bielinski, who currently works as a meteorolo- gis t for the Western Region Climate Center. Wilken then presented the program, "Arkansas's Bielinski' s presentation was on tornado

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