Edwards proceeded to show videos that had good Kansas City footage of storm structure, including rear flank The 20 October 1994 meeting was held at the downdrafts, striations of a rotating updraft, and well- National Severe Storms Forecast Center in downtown defined wall clouds. He then showed footage he Kansas City. Chapter President Dan McCarthy opened categorized as a storm chaser's fantasy: the Red the meeting with a reminder about the upcoming 60th Rock tornado, two tornadoes merging, and a combi- Anniversary Celebration dinner. The seating will be nation of the hail and tornado from a storm. limited, so it was suggested that people get their reservations in as soon as possible. The program will He devoted the final portion of his presentation to include posters showing past history of the chapter what equipment is best to take when storm chasing, and a recap of chapter history by member Joe Galway. including camera gear, radios, maps, and first aid kits. McCarthy also said that he hoped to have a speaker Edwards described the best place for chasers to from the AMS, although due to conflicts, he was not position themselves with respect to safety and to sure who would
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1994
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