nado Alley." Fifty-five color photographs, although individuals under the command of the chief meteo- unnumbered , are included and cover the gamut of rologist. There is no time for that last look at the ra- southern Plains severe weather phenomena. There dar or for a telephone call to highway patrol spotters. does appear to be some confusion among what would I have seen Gary England get new information handed be plates 13-16 on which depict wall clouds and to him while he is on the air, interrupting network which do not. programming, and integrate it smoothly into his pre- Weathering the Storm details the personal effort sentation. It is clear he is an experienced professional Gary England undertook to keep a seemingly endless and has a deep respect for the violence of southern parade of news directors committed to acquiring the Plains thunderstorms. latest technologies including satellite imagery, Dop- Again, this is a book more about television than pler radar, computers, and graphic packages. The about weather, even though England earned a degree reader gains insight into the keen sense of competi- in mathematics with a meteorology option from the University of Oklahoma in the early 1960s. I would
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1996
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