Chicago Waldman began the 3 January 1995 meeting with Chapter President Ray Waldman opened the 6 a short business meeting. December 1994 meeting at the Harold E. White Avia- The speaker for the evening was James J. Noel, tion Center building on the campus of Lewis University NWS meteorologist with the Techniques Develop- in Romeoville, Illinois. ment Laboratory, Silver Spring, Maryland. His topic was "Effect of ENSO on the North American Weather The speaker for the evening was Dennis Walts, and Trends in Cyclone Frequency." AWIPS (Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System) manager for the National Weather Service Noel discussed the origin of the El Nino and the (NWS). Walts was introduced by Paul Dailey, meteo- frequency of its occurrence. He also described the far- rologist-in-charge of the NWS Forecast Office reaching effects that this phenomenon has had and (NWSFO), Chicago. In his presentation about the continues to have on weather events in the Americas AWIPS program, Walts discussed the history of the and other parts of the world. His main focus was on El program, stating that it began in the mid-1980s and is Nino's influence on weather patterns in North America currently continuing under a new developmental plan.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 1995
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