Anchorag e ing Office (NWSFO), St. Louis, Missouri, discussed bo w echoes on NEXRAD. The case studies that Elections for 1996-97 chapter officers were held Przybylinski presented offered an operational view of at the July 1996 meeting. New officers are Laura Kay NEXRA D and a "how to use it and recognize it" Eikermann, president; Jim Peronto, vice president; discussion. and Tom Renz, secretary/treasurer.—Laura K. Eikermann. Tom Skilling, from WGN-TV, Chicago, Illinois, was the guest speaker at the May meeting. Skilling Wester n Ne w York presented his views of "Weather Forecasting at a Chapte r officers for the upcoming year were Superstation." He led members behind the scenes as he built his forecasts, discussing in detail how it was elected at a recent meeting. The new officers are Ken done and what his data sources were. He also pre- Remington of the NWS in Buffalo, president; Bruce sented his two latest videos, Ten Inches of Partly Wattle of Ecology & Environment, vice president; Steve McLaughlin of the NWS in Buffalo, secretary; Sunny and Tom Shilling's Alaska.—Cal Naegelin. and Andy Ross of Kenmore, New York, treasurer. —Ken Remington. Cap e Canaveral At the meeting on 2 August 1996, Travis
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