District of Columbia January's meeting. Chapter members and guests en- This chapter had a year full of interesting meetings joyed a very interesting presentation on special hy- and excellent speakers. drological forecasts for both industry and government, The first meeting was held on 28 September at the including navigation forecast services. National Meteorological Center in Suitland, Mary- O n 23 February, the meeting was at the USA Today land. Jim Laver from the Climate Analysis Center Building in Rosslyn, Virginia, with refreshments cour- (CAC) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric tesy of Gannett. Jack Williams, the editor of the Administration (NOAA) presented us with some of weather page for USA Today, hosted the meeting and the facts on the drought of 1988. Because of the arranged for those attenting to get a real taste of the barrage of questions from the press, and government hustle and bustle associated with a large, international publishing company. The group split up for tours of and public groups, CAC developed a "Drought Ad- visory" publication which touched on all the current USA Today and all were impressed with the profes- information related to the drought. It was written to sionalism and the enthusiasm
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1989
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