MEETING SUMMARIES

MEETING SUMMARIES WEATHER ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING ISSUES IN THE CENTRAL UNITED STATES BY PATRICK S. MARKET, NEIL I. Fox , BRIAN PETTEGREW, AND ANTHONY R. LUPO he Soil, Environmental, and Atmospheric SECOND CONFERENCE ON WEATHER ANALYSIS AND Sciences Department at the University of Missouri-Columbi a hosted the Second T FORECASTING ISSUES IN THE CENTRAL UNITED STATES Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting WHAT: Central Region meteorologists met to discuss Issues in the Central United States (WAFICUS II) in the challenges of predicting extreme weather in late 2003. Regional meetings such as this one, which the Midwest and High Plains bring together the operational, private, and research WHEN: 6 December 2003 sectors to discuss common meteorological prob- WHERE: Columbia, Missouri lems in order to find common interests, have been occurring more frequently during the past few years [e.g., the annual High Plains Workshop, the Northeast and included the Storm Prediction Center (SPC), Regional Workshop (Auciello 2002)]. The underlying National Weather Service Forecast Offices (NWSFOs; idea of addressing familiar meteorological and fore- or simply WFOs), the private sector, and the academic cast challenges by all sectors in the Central Region community. remains the same as that from WAFICUS I (Lupo and The May http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/BAMS-88-11-1795
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WEATHER ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING ISSUES IN THE CENTRAL UNITED STATES BY PATRICK S. MARKET, NEIL I. Fox , BRIAN PETTEGREW, AND ANTHONY R. LUPO he Soil, Environmental, and Atmospheric SECOND CONFERENCE ON WEATHER ANALYSIS AND Sciences Department at the University of Missouri-Columbi a hosted the Second T FORECASTING ISSUES IN THE CENTRAL UNITED STATES Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting WHAT: Central Region meteorologists met to discuss Issues in the Central United States (WAFICUS II) in the challenges of predicting extreme weather in late 2003. Regional meetings such as this one, which the Midwest and High Plains bring together the operational, private, and research WHEN: 6 December 2003 sectors to discuss common meteorological prob- WHERE: Columbia, Missouri lems in order to find common interests, have been occurring more frequently during the past few years [e.g., the annual High Plains Workshop, the Northeast and included the Storm Prediction Center (SPC), Regional Workshop (Auciello 2002)]. The underlying National Weather Service Forecast Offices (NWSFOs; idea of addressing familiar meteorological and fore- or simply WFOs), the private sector, and the academic cast challenges by all sectors in the Central Region community. remains the same as that from WAFICUS I (Lupo and The May

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