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chapter news The Pennsylvania State University casting, the widespread snowfall of the blizzard, and The first 1993 meeting was held on 8 February at the relatively fast movement of the 1993 storm. the Penn State Weather Station in State College, Kocin concluded his presentation by talking about Pennsylvania. The featured speaker was Gregory East Coast tropical cyclones. He described the three Forbes, professor of meteorology at The Pennsylva- main classifications of cyclones that he is researching: nia State University. Forbes gave a presentation about storms that make landfall, those that move inland after his work with the National Weather Service COMET making landfall somewhere else, and those that de- program and highlighted other training sessions. velop but remain offshore. Kocin showed overhead Forbes focused on the damage survey of Hurricane slides to show the frequency of tropical cyclones Andrew in Florida. He showed slides of the damaged during the past 100 years. He described the hurricane areas and mentioned facts that emphasized the brute of 1938 in terms of its impact on New York City and force of the hurricane. New England, saying that this hurricane was the true Plans outlining the chapter's involvement during "storm of the century." Sky Awareness http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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The Pennsylvania State University casting, the widespread snowfall of the blizzard, and The first 1993 meeting was held on 8 February at the relatively fast movement of the 1993 storm. the Penn State Weather Station in State College, Kocin concluded his presentation by talking about Pennsylvania. The featured speaker was Gregory East Coast tropical cyclones. He described the three Forbes, professor of meteorology at The Pennsylva- main classifications of cyclones that he is researching: nia State University. Forbes gave a presentation about storms that make landfall, those that move inland after his work with the National Weather Service COMET making landfall somewhere else, and those that de- program and highlighted other training sessions. velop but remain offshore. Kocin showed overhead Forbes focused on the damage survey of Hurricane slides to show the frequency of tropical cyclones Andrew in Florida. He showed slides of the damaged during the past 100 years. He described the hurricane areas and mentioned facts that emphasized the brute of 1938 in terms of its impact on New York City and force of the hurricane. New England, saying that this hurricane was the true Plans outlining the chapter's involvement during "storm of the century." Sky Awareness

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jun 1, 1993

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