news from our chapters

news from our chapters Committee will overhaul the chapter's outdated con- Central North Carolina stitution. This chapter hosts most of Central North Carolina including Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. The David Santoro, vice president, gave a brief look 1988-89 officers are S. Pal Ayra, chairman; Allan into the chapter's upcoming Forecasting Contest and Huber, vice chairman; Ruth Aiken, secretary; Brian the National Forecasting Contest. Eder, treasurer. The correspondence staff is Rodney A small discussion on joining the National Chapter Gonski, editor, with reporting staff Al Riodan, NCSU; membership and other topics was given by Matthew Thomas Pierce, EPA; and Peter Robinson, UNC. Lazzara, secretary. The activities for the year, which include movies, picnics, guest speakers, and the The first meeting was held on 28 September 1988 annual Northeast Storm Conference, were reviewed in conjunction with the second national winter by Lisa Brule, activities and public relations director. weathe r workshop sponsored by the National Weather Service. The guest speaker for the evening was Ralph Petersen from NOAA, NWS/NMC. He The second meeting was held on 10 October 1988. gave an informative discussion of current NMC nu- Fenner opened the meeting with a summation of the merical modeling and numerical modeling for the club's 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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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-70.1.73
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Committee will overhaul the chapter's outdated con- Central North Carolina stitution. This chapter hosts most of Central North Carolina including Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. The David Santoro, vice president, gave a brief look 1988-89 officers are S. Pal Ayra, chairman; Allan into the chapter's upcoming Forecasting Contest and Huber, vice chairman; Ruth Aiken, secretary; Brian the National Forecasting Contest. Eder, treasurer. The correspondence staff is Rodney A small discussion on joining the National Chapter Gonski, editor, with reporting staff Al Riodan, NCSU; membership and other topics was given by Matthew Thomas Pierce, EPA; and Peter Robinson, UNC. Lazzara, secretary. The activities for the year, which include movies, picnics, guest speakers, and the The first meeting was held on 28 September 1988 annual Northeast Storm Conference, were reviewed in conjunction with the second national winter by Lisa Brule, activities and public relations director. weathe r workshop sponsored by the National Weather Service. The guest speaker for the evening was Ralph Petersen from NOAA, NWS/NMC. He The second meeting was held on 10 October 1988. gave an informative discussion of current NMC nu- Fenner opened the meeting with a summation of the merical modeling and numerical modeling for the club's

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Published: Jan 1, 1989

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