WELCOME to the AMetA Members meeting area. This area is divided into three sub-areas:
- 1: A general area for Members (where you are now!). This area gives access to recent editions of the AMetA Monana Newsletters (newsletters which have been produced in various forms since 1969) and of our new series of newsletters which are intended mainly for members with an interest in personal weather stations (PWS). See the relevant newsletter archives on the Member Resources page. That page will also provide links to various documents which will probably be of interest to weather people like us.
- 2: An area for members of the newly-formed Personal Weather Station (PWS) Group, which might be a bit technical for some, but why not have a look? This area will probably be password-protected later on.
- 3: An area for Committee Members. This area is password-protected to protect the privacy of members.
Sites which may be of Interest?
Try this LINK for an very interesting look at the History of Meteorology. There should be enough in this to entertain you for the duration of the COVID-19 lockdown at least!
Another site, which will be of great interest to members, is run by theWeather Club, which is part of the Royal Meteorological Society (UK). You might like to sign up to get full advantage from it?
The makeup of the current AMetA Committee is given below:
The AMetA AGM for 2020 was scheduled to be conducted in August 2020, but was delayed until 17th February 2021 when relaxed Covid restrictions finally allowed us to start coming out of hibernation. Since Committee Members are only elected in odd years, this AGM did not require elections – that will happen next August. Meanwhile the Committee will remain as shown above.
President, Mark Little, opened AGM proceedings with his President’s Report, followed by the Treasurer’s Report, since he is currently standing in the vacant Treasurer position. The Publications Committee Report was then tabled.
A Committee Room is reserved for Committee Members, and is accessible to them by password:
The old AMetA site is now effectively defunct. Its content as of 5th May 2020 was temporarily being kept visible here while some of its content was being transferred to the new pages.