Off to AMS!

2016-01-10 06:32:23.000 – Mike Dorfman, Weather Observer/IT Specialist

 

I’m writing this sitting in the Nashville Airport awaiting my flight to New Orleans to attend the American Meteorological Society’s annual conference. I’m very excited to be tabling during the career fair this evening, as well as presenting two posters-one on the past and current research projects utilizing Mount Washington Observatory’s regional mesonet, as well as one detailing our work on the summit of Mount Washington.
 
I’m really excited and glad I have the opportunity to represent the Observatory at such a huge event! To all of our Meteorology fans that are headed to AMS this year-I hope to see you soon!
 

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Mike Dorfman, Weather Observer/IT Specialist

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