My favorite college professor will be in Portland tomorrow! Cliff Mass is our guest for the May meeting of the Oregon American Meteorological Society chapter. I’ll be there and hopefully lots of you can make it as well. Pizza and drinks too! Cliff was my favorite because he is one of the few academics up at the UW that is a “weather nerd”. He loves the day to day stuff. Believe it or not, there are people in atmospheric science that have little interest in daily weather, but are fascinated by cloud droplets, glaciers, or tropical latent heat flux. You get the idea…
Details are in the meeting announcement:
We are excited to formally announce the return of Dr. Cliff Mass (University of Washington – Atmospheric Science Dept.) who has accepted an invite to return and speak to the Oregon AMS for the first time in 4 years at our final meeting of the season. No RSVP will be needed for this meeting…
Title: Gaps in Oregon’s radar coverage and a look at what’s new with WRF and NAM modeling at the Univ. of WA.
Guest Speaker: Dr. Cliff Mass, Professor, Univ. of WA. Atmospheric Science Dept.
When: Thursday, May 19th 2016. Social hour beginning at 6pm. The formal meeting will begin at 7pm. Get there early for best seating and get your food orders in early as well.
Location: Stark Street Pizza (back meeting room) – 9234 S.E. Stark Street in Portland . Just one block off of I-205.
I haven’t been posting as much lately for a couple reasons: First is that I’m now on 5 shows an evening and I don’t have much time to blog. It’s a somewhat temporary situation (a month or so) so this doesn’t mean I’m cutting way back on blogging. The 2nd is that our weather is pretty slow this time of year anyway.
Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen