E-mail sent by Mark Rose, Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 @ 9:25am
Central NWA Chapter Meeting
When: Tonight @ 630 pm
Where: Fitzgerald Room, Hoover Public Library
Guest Speaker: Bob Dreisewerd, Senior Vice President of R&D, Forecast and Customer Services of Barons Services. Bob will be speaking about the benefits of MESOSails in the processing of severe weather products.
The Fitzgerald Room is located lower level of the library. We will meet at 6:30 pm for pizza and refreshments followed by the meeting which will start around 7:15 pm. If you do eat with us, please bring $5 to cover the cost of the food and drink.
E-mail sent by Mark Rose, Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017 @ 7:03pm
I am pleased to announce that we have chosen the recipient of our 2017 Meteorology Scholarship. His name is Aaron Ayers and he will be a junior this Fall at the University of South Alabama. Aaron lives in Huntsville, Alabama, and has served as past president of the meteorology club at USA and has interned at Baron Services in Huntsville. He wants to pursue a job in broadcast meteorology when he graduates from college.
We are glad to help Aaron pursue his passion for meteorology and look forward to meeting him in person at our chapter meeting next week!
The leadership of the Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association encourages you to be part of this important organization. The local chapter allows local meteorologists and weather enthusiasts to network and get involved in educating each other about our favorite subject: Weather!
While there are many excellent speakers right in our own backyard, we occasionally like to invite weather experts from around the country, and your membership dues gives us that opportunity.
Student Membership Available
A student rate that makes it even more affordable for you to join in the networking and learning afforded by the Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association. The new student rate is $15/year.
The Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association was founded in 2001 and is based in Birmingham, AL. The objective of the organization is to promote the science of meteorology through networking of individuals with a common interest in weather.