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chapter news Polo shirts and T-shirts with the 60th anniversary Milwaukee logo were unveiled to the membership. Sale of the The 8 March 1994 meeting began with the "Great shirts will help to defray the cost of the 60th chapter Weather Radio Giveaway" in which one member of the anniversary celebration planned for fall 1994. chapter won a weather radio. Afterward, Kristine McCarthy introduced the guest speaker, Louis Sackerson, meteorologist intern with the National Uccellini, chief of the Meteorological Operations Divi- Weather Service (NWS) in Milwaukee, was elected to sion at the National Meteorological Center. Uccellini's a first term as treasurer. topic was jet streaks and their relation to severe The meeting featured guest speaker Jack Hales, weather. His presentation also included data collected lead forecaster at the NWS Severe Storms Forecast from the tornado that hit the town of Piedmont, Ala- Center in Kansas City, Missouri. His presentation bama, on 27 March 1994. He explained how upper- focused on derechos, which he described as and low-level jets were interrelated and how their convectively induced straight-line windstorms. He gave dynamics could induce outbreaks of convection. He a historical and forecasting perspective, highlighting pointed out that not only do jet streaks associated http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-75.6.1054
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Polo shirts and T-shirts with the 60th anniversary Milwaukee logo were unveiled to the membership. Sale of the The 8 March 1994 meeting began with the "Great shirts will help to defray the cost of the 60th chapter Weather Radio Giveaway" in which one member of the anniversary celebration planned for fall 1994. chapter won a weather radio. Afterward, Kristine McCarthy introduced the guest speaker, Louis Sackerson, meteorologist intern with the National Uccellini, chief of the Meteorological Operations Divi- Weather Service (NWS) in Milwaukee, was elected to sion at the National Meteorological Center. Uccellini's a first term as treasurer. topic was jet streaks and their relation to severe The meeting featured guest speaker Jack Hales, weather. His presentation also included data collected lead forecaster at the NWS Severe Storms Forecast from the tornado that hit the town of Piedmont, Ala- Center in Kansas City, Missouri. His presentation bama, on 27 March 1994. He explained how upper- focused on derechos, which he described as and low-level jets were interrelated and how their convectively induced straight-line windstorms. He gave dynamics could induce outbreaks of convection. He a historical and forecasting perspective, highlighting pointed out that not only do jet streaks associated

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Published: Jun 1, 1994

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