Monthly Archives: December 2018

Atmospheric Rivers and National Weather Service Watches, Warnings, and Advisories Issued Over California 2007–2016

Atmospheric rivers (ARs) are a focus of many global hydrometeorological studies and applications. The impacts of ARs along the United States’ West Coast include extreme orographic precipitation that often leads to flooding, flash flooding, debris flows, and other hydrological hazards that necessitate issuance of watches, warnings, and advisories (WWAs) by the National Weather Service (NWS).…
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RON Meetup to be Held at AMS

Research Operations Nexus (RON) Meetup will be Held at AMS Annual Meeting When:     January 7, 2019; 4:15 to 6:00 pm MST Where:   AMS 99th Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ, North Ballroom AB, Phoenix Convention Center North Building, 100 Level How:      Registered AMS Meeting attendees may attend. See more details below. Author: Greg Stumpf Note from…
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December Webinar Wednesday

The New Age of Networking: How to Use #WxTwitter and other Social Media to Build Your Professional Network Wednesday December 12, 2018 2:30 pm EST (1:30 pm CST) Panelists will be: John Banghoff (NWS State College/PSU) Becky DePodwin (AccuWeather) Rick Smith (NWS Norman) Morgan Barry (NWA Social Media Committee Chair/NWS Mobile) Hannah Strong (NWA Social…
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Let’s Get Low

Let's Get Low Alan Sealls, NWA President In my final message as National Weather Association President, I’ve got to go low. That’s low as in minimum daily temperature. We’re in the season when reaching 32 degrees is a big deal if the ground is wet or there is precipitation. A user of my TV station’s…
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