NN Asks: How do a meteorologist’s forecasts shape nuclear utility planning?

July 6, 2022, 12:06PMNuclear News


Jennifer Call, Meteorologist:
When you think of a meteorologist, what is the first thing that comes to mind? For many it is your local TV meteorologist delivering a weathercast for the 5 o’clock news, or perhaps a meteorologist at the National Weather Service issuing severe storm warnings. But did you know that utilities rely on meteorologists for daily support?


Jennifer Call (jtcall@tva.gov) is an American Meteorological Society Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM) and an atmospheric analyst for the Tennessee Valley Authority. She serves on the ANS Standards Board and is the Atmospheric Subcommittee chair under the Environmental and Siting Consensus Committee.
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