Texa s A& M University storms over the forested regions. This pattern would Th e fourth and fifth meetings of the Spring 1996 then reverse in the fall, when there were no crops in semester were held on 25 March and 23 April 1996 the fields. Th e cropland soil would also produc e more on the Texas A& M University campus. latent heat, which would tend to increase vertical ve- Th e guest speaker for the fourth meeting was Dave locities over the MRF . According to Arnold, the study Mcintosh , the meteorologist in charge of the National used NWS severe weather warnings and WSR-88D Weather Service (NWS) Office in Lak e Charles, Loui- radar data (where available) for the period of 1984 to siana . Mcintosh spoke about his experiences in 1993. Th e mapping of severe thunderstorm frequency weather reconnaissance. He also described some of in the MR F showed the same pattern as the Illinois the changes in technology and instrumentation in air- study, with a cluster of stronger events associated with craf t he has observed. the eastern edge of the MR F (cropland) in the spring At the fifth meeting, members elected
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1996
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