Headquarter s meteorological variables, such as temperature, pre- The Ad Hoc Committee on Local Chapters Chair- cipitation, and wind speed and direction, and display these data in an easy-to-read graphical format. A man John Snow led the discussion at the breakfast for personal computer is used to process and store the local chapters on 19 January 1995 at the 75th AMS data, which is accessed by Channel 4 via a dial-in Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas. Approximately 30 connection. Channel 4 currently has the largest AWS chapters were represented at the breakfast. Staff network in the country. The corporate sponsors for the members from AMS Headquarters were also present. 4-WINDS network, Giant Food and the Hughes Cor- The focus of the breakfast meeting was to recog- poration, provide funding for the AWS sensors. nize the importance of the local chapters and to discuss the new Chapter Officer's Handbook. Several The 4-WINDS network complements the Bob Ryan points in the handbook were stressed to attending Weather Watchers network. Weather Watchers for chapter officers, including the correct use of the AMS Channel 4 call in standard and special observations to name and seal; correct use of local chapter stationary; the station
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1995
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