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chapter news Cincinnati Leathers stated that quantifying the temporal vari- The August meeting was held on 6 August 1992. ability of snowfall could serve as a potential indicator Steve Horstmeyer, meteorologist with WKRC-TV, pre- of local and regional climate change, since the prob- sented a lecture on early Cincinnati weather. ability of getting the "right ingredients" for snow to- Horstmeyer has been working for a number of years to gether in both time and space will change as the establish a complete history of Cincinnati's weather climate changes. The tedious task of manually review- since its settlement on 28 December 1788. Horstmeyer ing, entering, and checking years of snowfall records has obtained observations from diaries kept by some from across the United States, the basis for the data of Cincinnati's earliest settlers, such as Winthrop used in the study, was also recounted. Leathers's talk Sargent, who recorded his first observation from a was illustrated with slides of heavy snowfalls from flatboat before coming ashore at what was then seasons past, which had many audience members Losantiville on 2 January 1790. Observations from the sighing with disappointment over the snowfall totals of early 1790s were recorded at Fort Washington, which this past http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Cincinnati Leathers stated that quantifying the temporal vari- The August meeting was held on 6 August 1992. ability of snowfall could serve as a potential indicator Steve Horstmeyer, meteorologist with WKRC-TV, pre- of local and regional climate change, since the prob- sented a lecture on early Cincinnati weather. ability of getting the "right ingredients" for snow to- Horstmeyer has been working for a number of years to gether in both time and space will change as the establish a complete history of Cincinnati's weather climate changes. The tedious task of manually review- since its settlement on 28 December 1788. Horstmeyer ing, entering, and checking years of snowfall records has obtained observations from diaries kept by some from across the United States, the basis for the data of Cincinnati's earliest settlers, such as Winthrop used in the study, was also recounted. Leathers's talk Sargent, who recorded his first observation from a was illustrated with slides of heavy snowfalls from flatboat before coming ashore at what was then seasons past, which had many audience members Losantiville on 2 January 1790. Observations from the sighing with disappointment over the snowfall totals of early 1790s were recorded at Fort Washington, which this past

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