Aumsville Tornado Presentations Now Posted
Since the weather is about as boring as it can possibly get in January for the next 7+ days (no storms headed this way) I figured I would post something that any weather enthusiast will find interesting.
The Aumsville, Oregon tornado presentations from the Oregon AMS meeting last Thursday night at OMSI have now been posted! Please feel free to share these (via e-mail, social media, etc) with others who may be interested in viewing them. Total headcount for the meeting was 140, a new record high for an Oregon AMS monthly weeknight meeting. If you have any questions or concerns about the copyright of these presentations, please contact me and I will put you in touch with the appropriate author(s). Permission is granted to simply hyperlink to the AMS site url where these presentations currently reside.
Due to the size of these presentations (anywhere from 1mb to 31mb) we have offered both PDF versions which are smaller files, yet have limited functionality, or the PowerPoint (ppt) versions with full functionality including animations, radar loops, etc. Please also note that due to server demand, downloads of the Jonathan Wolfe PPT (31mb) and Tyree Wilde PPT (18mb) presentations may take just a few minutes to complete. You must have PowerPoint installed to view these. If you do not, please select the PDF versions. All of these are great presentations and well worth the download wait time! If you are interested in joining the AMS or wish to renew your dues, please see our site for complete details.
Please see tornado presentations here: http://www.ametsoc.org/chapters/oregon/Minutes/2011_1_20_Minutes.html