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Update: AMS 2022 Virtual Meeting

AMS 2022 Annual Meeting

The American Meteorological Society has announced that the 102st annual meeting, to be held 22-27 January 2022, will be held virtually rather than in the hybrid format previously envisioned. See below for details on participation by Unidata staff.

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Reminder: Unidata 2022 Community Equipment Awards

Equipment Awards

We'd like to take this opportunity to remind you that the 2022 Unidata Community Equipment Awards solicitation is open and accepting proposals. Unidata equipment awards are intended to encourage new members from diverse disciplinary backgrounds in the geosciences to join the Unidata community, and to encourage existing members to continue their active participation, enhancing the community process.

Not sure if the Community Equipment Awards program is for you?
Check out our short video over on the Unidata YouTube channel:
The Unidata Community Equipment Award

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AWIPS Tips: Create a Colored Surface Temperature Plot

AWIPS Tips

Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! This latest entry in the blog series has to do with another Jupyter Notebook for python-awips. We have previously released blogs about python-awips, specifically to do with accessing data, displaying and saving GOES imagery, and working with map resources. This notebook focuses on accessing and creating a colorized surface temperature plot of the continental United States.

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Update: AMS 2022 Meeting to be Virtual

AMS 2022 Annual Meeting

The American Meteorological Society has announced that the 102st annual meeting, to be held 22-27 January 2022, will be held virtually rather than in the hybrid format previously envisioned. See the 102nd Annual Meeting Update (1.6.2022) for details.

Unidata staff who were planning to present in person at the annual meeting are in the process of making arrangements for virtual participation. Plans for Unidata participation in events scheduled as part of the Student Conference will be finalized soon.

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Community Supported GEMPAK: an Update

GEMPAK

In March of 2021, the Unidata Program Center made the community aware that it no longer had software development resources available to support the continued use and evolution of GEMPAK. Following discussions with community members, Unidata published A Proposal for Community Support of GEMPAK, laying out some history of the package and the support situation, and proposing a way forward. This post describes the current situation and includes information about the most current community supported release.

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