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East MS NWA & AMS Apr 5
Do you have pictures from ? Send them our way! You can reply to this tweet, DM us, or email them to us: eastmsnwaams@gmail.com! You might just see them in an advertisement for !
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Chris Elcik Apr 4
Just as good the second time around!
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Apr 1
Update from ’s presentation: He gets it right most of the time. Check out the snow in Rapid City, SD on the first day of April!
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Alex Forbes Mar 27
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 25
It was an honor to have you! So glad you enjoyed it and hope to have you back one day!
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Janice Huff Mar 25
AGREED!! What an amazing job we’ll done by incredible students, thanks for your hard work and the invitation to participate! 😎
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Jacob Lanier Mar 24
What an awesome ! I got the opportunity to present a weather briefing & hear from such a diverse group of meteorologists this past weekend. Was a great time to learn about ongoing storm research, get new ideas for TV, and talk with old & new friends!
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Sheyenne K. Mar 24
What an incredible weekend. We had the opportunity to hear from so many great meteorology students and meteorologists- including ! I already can't wait for next March.
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Jessica Moore KSLA Mar 24
Quick tweet before bed. This weekend was so great and was Incredible!! You guys did such a great job with speakers and everything in between. Glad I got to go out with a bang!
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Alex Forbes Mar 24
NOW: All of the homework I put off this weekend!
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
. here... I want to give a HUGE shoutout to and @ChrisPipkinWx for running our Twitter this weekend! They are the reason we were able to get tweets out left and right! Great job!
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
That is a wrap on this years ! Thank you to EVERYONE for coming out and supporting this event. We appreciate all of the individuals who put all of this together to make it possible and all of our keynote speakers and presenters for this year!
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
Meiners: There is no shortage of educational opportunity for aspiring meteorologists and those material are more available now than ever before.
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
Meiners: Once the U.S. Weather Bureau changed to the National Weather Service in 1970, there was a significant increase in Universities offering a Meteorology program.
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
Congratulations to ! Kris will be interning with this summer in New York!
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
Meiners: At a time when millennials are more important in this industry, there are fewer of them in the AMS.
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
will be finishing off with his presentation over "Millenials in Broadcast Meteorology".
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
Lilja: The Karrie Meter gives people the desired context to watches, warnings, advisories, mesoscale discussions, and SPC Risk area so they can take appropriate action.
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
Lilja: The goal is to add corroborating evidence to current forecast, add to viewer confidence, give viewer another way to digest storm threat, and then offer a local take on severe weather threat level.
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Southeast Severe Storms Symposium Mar 24
. is next up with his presentation over "The Karrie Meter: Creating a Local and Meaningful Severe Weather Parameter."
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