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chapter news mmm Norther n Nevada and high wind with thunderstorms, which will help The first chapter meeting of the new year was held the public and media better understand what can be at the Desert Research Institute in Reno, Nevada. A expected. social hour was held prior to the meeting to welcome Following the presentations, there was time for a the guest speakers recruited for this month's meeting. short question-and-answer period. To end the meeting, Following the social hour, presentations were given Chapter Secretary Danny Mercer from the NWS in by scientists from the Storm Prediction Center (SPC), Reno presented a weather and climate briefing that ex- the National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL), and amined the first major winter storm of the season ex- the National Hurricane Center (NHC). pected to impact the Sierras. The second meeting of the year was held on the David Schultz from the NSSL in Norman, Okla- evening of 20 February 2001. To begin the meeting, homa, was the first speaker of the evening. He was one John James, the Nevada state climatologist, provided of the chief scientists during the February 2000 Inter- the chapter with a climate briefing. He described how mountain Precipitation Experiment http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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mmm Norther n Nevada and high wind with thunderstorms, which will help The first chapter meeting of the new year was held the public and media better understand what can be at the Desert Research Institute in Reno, Nevada. A expected. social hour was held prior to the meeting to welcome Following the presentations, there was time for a the guest speakers recruited for this month's meeting. short question-and-answer period. To end the meeting, Following the social hour, presentations were given Chapter Secretary Danny Mercer from the NWS in by scientists from the Storm Prediction Center (SPC), Reno presented a weather and climate briefing that ex- the National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL), and amined the first major winter storm of the season ex- the National Hurricane Center (NHC). pected to impact the Sierras. The second meeting of the year was held on the David Schultz from the NSSL in Norman, Okla- evening of 20 February 2001. To begin the meeting, homa, was the first speaker of the evening. He was one John James, the Nevada state climatologist, provided of the chief scientists during the February 2000 Inter- the chapter with a climate briefing. He described how mountain Precipitation Experiment

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Published: May 1, 2001

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