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chapter news Headquarter s 88D radar in Sioux Falls. The first was a winter event The Council approved the formation of the Puerto where nearly stationary snow bands set up in south- Rico chapter at its 76th Annual Meeting in Atlanta, east South Dakota. The snow bands appeared simi- Georgia. Atmospheric scientists, professors, profes- lar to cloud streets that result from unstable air. The corresponding base velocity had a northerly flow of sionals, students, broadcasters, and weather enthusi- air parallel to the orientation of the snow bands. asts are encouraged to contact Ada Monzon, P.O. Box 5836, San Juan, PR 00906-5836, for information The second event was a severe weather event. about joining the chapter. Holmes explained that the wind profile can assist fore- casters determine what type of storm would be pos- Weathe r MIND S sible. According to Holmes, the more spin in the at- The Weather MINDS of Minnesota, Iowa, Ne- mosphere, the longer the storm can last. braska, and the Dakotas met at the National Weather Holmes said that another thing that forecasters Service (NWS) in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on 9 look for after the development of the storm is diver- January 1996. The featured speaker http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Headquarter s 88D radar in Sioux Falls. The first was a winter event The Council approved the formation of the Puerto where nearly stationary snow bands set up in south- Rico chapter at its 76th Annual Meeting in Atlanta, east South Dakota. The snow bands appeared simi- Georgia. Atmospheric scientists, professors, profes- lar to cloud streets that result from unstable air. The corresponding base velocity had a northerly flow of sionals, students, broadcasters, and weather enthusi- air parallel to the orientation of the snow bands. asts are encouraged to contact Ada Monzon, P.O. Box 5836, San Juan, PR 00906-5836, for information The second event was a severe weather event. about joining the chapter. Holmes explained that the wind profile can assist fore- casters determine what type of storm would be pos- Weathe r MIND S sible. According to Holmes, the more spin in the at- The Weather MINDS of Minnesota, Iowa, Ne- mosphere, the longer the storm can last. braska, and the Dakotas met at the National Weather Holmes said that another thing that forecasters Service (NWS) in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on 9 look for after the development of the storm is diver- January 1996. The featured speaker

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: May 1, 1996

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