President Mark Rose has announced a new 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 leadership of the Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association has big plans for 2016, including an exciting slate of lunch time weather talks, including some big names in weather. There will be plenty of opportunities to learn and network and chances to get involved in educating others about our favorite subject: weather!
E-mail sent by Mark Rose, Friday, September 23rd, 2016 @ 10:21am
The Central Alabama Chapter of the NWA will hold its 3rd meeting of the year on Thursday, October 6th, at 12 Noon. We are pleased to have Jason Senkbeil, Associate Professor of Geography at the University of Alabama, as our guest speaker. Jason has been working on a method to forecast maximum EF scale tornado intensity using a combination of established severe weather parameters.
We will all meet at the conference room at the Shelby County Airport at 12 Noon. Pizza and drinks will be provided for $5 per person. The meeting was originally going to be held at the NWS office next door, but they will be revamping their operations area that week. You are welcome to stop by the NWS office before or after the meeting to get a glimpse of the new operations set-up.
E-mail sent by Mark Rose, Saturday, September 10th, 2016 @ 4:23pm
For those chapter members who are attending the NWA Annual Meeting in Norfork, Virginia, this week, there is a local chapter breakfast from 7:00 am until 8:30 am on Tuesday, September 13th. The breakfast will be held at the Marriot.
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.