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news from our chapters Denver-Boulder the United States coastal population which has grown The second meeting of 1989 was held Tuesday, 15 over the last 20 relatively quiet years could be in for August at the Hotel Boulderado in Boulder, Colorado. an increase in tropical activity. This year for the first It was held in conjunction with the banquet for time the prediction was off, which might be because Shootout 89, an artificial intelligence (Al) experiment the Sahel was wet instead of dry as forecast. held in Boulder this summer. President Ron Holle opened the meeting by describing upcoming events Greater St. Louis and planned activities. He then turned it over to Bill The first meeting for the 1989-90 season was held Moninger on NOAA/ERL, who described the Al 28 September 1989 in the Kitty Hawk lounge at Parks experiment. Six different programs were run daily for College of St. Louis University. Dinner preceded the northeast Colorado: KASSPr, GOPAD, CONVEX, event. ALPS, OCI, and WILLARD. They forecast for five The guest speaker, Dennis McCarthy, National areas and verify non-significant, significant, and se- Weather Service, presented climatic trends within vere weather. They were not only evaluated on their the St. Louis region based on 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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10.1175/1520-0477-71.1.72
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Denver-Boulder the United States coastal population which has grown The second meeting of 1989 was held Tuesday, 15 over the last 20 relatively quiet years could be in for August at the Hotel Boulderado in Boulder, Colorado. an increase in tropical activity. This year for the first It was held in conjunction with the banquet for time the prediction was off, which might be because Shootout 89, an artificial intelligence (Al) experiment the Sahel was wet instead of dry as forecast. held in Boulder this summer. President Ron Holle opened the meeting by describing upcoming events Greater St. Louis and planned activities. He then turned it over to Bill The first meeting for the 1989-90 season was held Moninger on NOAA/ERL, who described the Al 28 September 1989 in the Kitty Hawk lounge at Parks experiment. Six different programs were run daily for College of St. Louis University. Dinner preceded the northeast Colorado: KASSPr, GOPAD, CONVEX, event. ALPS, OCI, and WILLARD. They forecast for five The guest speaker, Dennis McCarthy, National areas and verify non-significant, significant, and se- Weather Service, presented climatic trends within vere weather. They were not only evaluated on their the St. Louis region based on

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Published: Jan 1, 1990

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