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chapter news Siouxlan d Weathe r MIND s other data showed a point maxima of up to 18 in. of rainfall was possible. Considering this extreme rain- The September 1996 meeting was held at the Na- fall occurrence in another context, the areal extent of tional Weather Service (NWS) in Sioux Falls, South 12 in. of rainfall covered an area in excess of 100 Dakota. The first topic under discussion was what to square miles. put on the Web site Chapter Vice President Bryan Changnon went on to point out that the zone of ex- Ruby is constructing. Larry Browning presented a list cessive rainfall extended across the western and south- of suggestions. ern suburbs of Chicago, with 24-h rainfall amounts The next discussion was on the recruitment of ranging from 8 to 16 in. He added that the impact on members from northwest Iowa and southwest Min- the area affected was immediate and severe, produc- nesota. Members proposed that contacts could be the ing massive flooding in and around Aurora, Illinois, science teachers in those area high schools. and with extensive flooding of basements and streets There was no speaker at the meeting due to the tour farther eastward toward http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Siouxlan d Weathe r MIND s other data showed a point maxima of up to 18 in. of rainfall was possible. Considering this extreme rain- The September 1996 meeting was held at the Na- fall occurrence in another context, the areal extent of tional Weather Service (NWS) in Sioux Falls, South 12 in. of rainfall covered an area in excess of 100 Dakota. The first topic under discussion was what to square miles. put on the Web site Chapter Vice President Bryan Changnon went on to point out that the zone of ex- Ruby is constructing. Larry Browning presented a list cessive rainfall extended across the western and south- of suggestions. ern suburbs of Chicago, with 24-h rainfall amounts The next discussion was on the recruitment of ranging from 8 to 16 in. He added that the impact on members from northwest Iowa and southwest Min- the area affected was immediate and severe, produc- nesota. Members proposed that contacts could be the ing massive flooding in and around Aurora, Illinois, science teachers in those area high schools. and with extensive flooding of basements and streets There was no speaker at the meeting due to the tour farther eastward toward

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Published: Jan 1, 1997

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