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of the United States with those of our Canadian Central Arizona neighbors was afforded both members and visitors Twenty-six members and guests attended the March during the 9 March meeting. Host Colin Dicenzo of 6th meeting held at the Fiesta Inn in Tempe. Mike the Arctic Weather Centre in Edmonton first explained Mogil of the National Environmental Satellite Data the operations of Canada's Atmospheric Environment and Information Service (NESDIS) was the featured Service (AES). He then detailed the structure, equip- speaker. ment, and techniques of the weather centers of the Mogil used many illustrations of cloud formation AES. to imply different weather features. For example, he Dicenzo's slides did much to help the American showed clouds developing as cold air passes over a audience focus on the current layout specifics of water surface, such as the Atlantic. These clouds tend Canadian Forecast offices. He said that most forecast to develop a little higher the longer the colder air techniques applied in the Fairbanks Forecast Office flows over the warmer water, but normally they don't are very similar to those used by our meteorologist get very big. counterparts in Canada. Staffing levels at both Can- Other features such as sea

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Published: Jun 1, 1989

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