Did You Know?
More than 150 weathercasters are already participating in Climate Matters —a new grant-funded program. Weathercasters receive TV-ready climate data and graphics and earn professional development points for participating in continuing education seminars at the annual meetings of the AMS and the National Weather Association (NWA). Read about the pilot program in BAMS or view the original series on the website of WLTX.
Plans are under way for the 100th anniversary AMS meeting: 12–16 January 2020 in Boston!
The Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology made an appearance on screen during The Daily Show with Jon Stewart! For an irreverent look at the Climate March in New York and recent U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology hearings, view Jon Stewart’s “coverage.”
There are many volunteer opportunities at the AMS. Serving on an AMS Board or Committee is a great way to network with other colleagues who share your interests.
The Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM) program is a service for the general public by the AMS. Find an expert in meteorology by specialty or state through the AMS CCM Directory.