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news from our chapters In addition, he discussed dry and wet microbursts Central Texas and the atmospheric conditions needed for devel- An informal kickoff dinner was held at Steak 'n Ale opment of this weather phenomena. Derecho and Restaurant in Austin on Tuesday, 29 August 1989. super cell events, particularly those effecting Texas, No speaker was scheduled; instead, members talked were also discussed. about things they wanted to do as a chapter during Use of hodographs, Lemon's (Radar) Techniques, the next ten months. and Isentropic Analysis was also briefly discussed. The first scheduled meeting was held on 19 Septem- The meeting adjourned after a brief question and ber 1989 also at Steak n' Ale Restaurant. Monthly answer period. business included introducing the 1989-90 officers, Troy Kimmel, president; Arney Srackangast, vice Houston president; Phil Zuzulo, secretary-treasurer. The new This chapter met 20 September 1989 at the Environ- meteorologist-in-charge of the Austin National mental Pollution Control Building. The speaker was Weather Service Office, Louis O. Withrow, was also Jack Matson, professor of civil & environmental en- introduced. Withrow replaces longtime WSO MIC gineering at the University of Houston. The subject Dave Owens, who retired in 1988. Owens remains was Failure 101. If you are trying http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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In addition, he discussed dry and wet microbursts Central Texas and the atmospheric conditions needed for devel- An informal kickoff dinner was held at Steak 'n Ale opment of this weather phenomena. Derecho and Restaurant in Austin on Tuesday, 29 August 1989. super cell events, particularly those effecting Texas, No speaker was scheduled; instead, members talked were also discussed. about things they wanted to do as a chapter during Use of hodographs, Lemon's (Radar) Techniques, the next ten months. and Isentropic Analysis was also briefly discussed. The first scheduled meeting was held on 19 Septem- The meeting adjourned after a brief question and ber 1989 also at Steak n' Ale Restaurant. Monthly answer period. business included introducing the 1989-90 officers, Troy Kimmel, president; Arney Srackangast, vice Houston president; Phil Zuzulo, secretary-treasurer. The new This chapter met 20 September 1989 at the Environ- meteorologist-in-charge of the Austin National mental Pollution Control Building. The speaker was Weather Service Office, Louis O. Withrow, was also Jack Matson, professor of civil & environmental en- introduced. Withrow replaces longtime WSO MIC gineering at the University of Houston. The subject Dave Owens, who retired in 1988. Owens remains was Failure 101. If you are trying

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