The Ninth AMS Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction 1418 October 1991, Denver, Colorado

The Ninth AMS Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction 1418 October 1991, Denver, Colorado meeting review The Ninth AMS Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction 14-18 October 1991, Denver, Colorado Ying-Hwa Kuo National Center for Atmospheric Research, * Boulder, Colorado 1. Introduction logical Center (NMC), opened the conference by giving a visionary talk entitled "2001—An NMC Odys- The Ninth Conference on Numerical Weather Pre- sey." He foresees major changes in the NMC, which diction (NWP), organized by the Committee on Weather will be brought about by the modernization and asso- Analysis and Forecasting of the American Meteoro- ciated restructuring (MAR) program of the National logical Society (AMS), was held 14-18 October 1991 Weather Service (NWS). Under MAR, it is anticipated at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center, Denver, Colo- that local forecasters will concentrate on warnings and rado. The meeting was held in conjunction with the very short-range forecasts. Forecasts for longer peri- Eighth Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic ods will be generated centrally and may be issued Waves and Stability and the Fifth Conference on directly by the forecasters. Under this new service Climate Variations. The conference provided an inter- concept, NMC will serve in a guidance capacity for national forum for the disposition and discussion of all mesoscale meteorological phenomena, but in a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

The Ninth AMS Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction 1418 October 1991, Denver, Colorado

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meeting review The Ninth AMS Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction 14-18 October 1991, Denver, Colorado Ying-Hwa Kuo National Center for Atmospheric Research, * Boulder, Colorado 1. Introduction logical Center (NMC), opened the conference by giving a visionary talk entitled "2001—An NMC Odys- The Ninth Conference on Numerical Weather Pre- sey." He foresees major changes in the NMC, which diction (NWP), organized by the Committee on Weather will be brought about by the modernization and asso- Analysis and Forecasting of the American Meteoro- ciated restructuring (MAR) program of the National logical Society (AMS), was held 14-18 October 1991 Weather Service (NWS). Under MAR, it is anticipated at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center, Denver, Colo- that local forecasters will concentrate on warnings and rado. The meeting was held in conjunction with the very short-range forecasts. Forecasts for longer peri- Eighth Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic ods will be generated centrally and may be issued Waves and Stability and the Fifth Conference on directly by the forecasters. Under this new service Climate Variations. The conference provided an inter- concept, NMC will serve in a guidance capacity for national forum for the disposition and discussion of all mesoscale meteorological phenomena, but in a

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