Greater Milwaukee Adams moved to Wisconsin in the early 1980s and About 70 people attended the first meeting of 2000 began storm spotting and chasing in the southern Wis- with Kinney Adams as guest speaker for the evening. consin/northern Illinois region. It was not until the His talk was entitled "The Art of Storm Chasing: 1990s, however, that he increased his knowledge of Breaking the Time Barrier and Severe Choreography" severe storms by watching a number of tornadoes on and was coincidentally accompanied by a bout with video, as well as attending a severe weather confer- severe weather just 45 minutes before the meeting ence at the Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla- began. Milwaukee had its earliest tornado ever on 8 homa, in 1995. March 2000, touching down on the northeast edge of Adams spoke on the art of storm chasing and ex- Mitchell International Airport, traveling approxi- plained how important it is to prepare before setting mately 1.25 miles northeast through the heart of St. out on a chase. He explained that watching television Francis along and just north of Layton Avenue. weather reports is fine to get a general "broad-brush" Chapter President James Frederick welcomed those
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 2000
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