Forecast office hosts its foul-weather pals

Posted: October 21, 2012 at 3:31 a.m.

Brandon Patterson, 9 (left), of Mayflower and his twin brother, Carter, count the rings of a pine log Saturday during an open house at the National Weather Service forecast office in North Little Rock.

For Charles Dalton, a general forecaster at the National Weather Service office in North Little Rock, informing the public about severe weather is like a three-legged stool.

National Weather Service Open House

An open house was hosted at the National Weather Service forecast office at the North Little Rock Airport on Saturday. Other agencies offered demonstrations that relate to climate and weather. (By Rick McFarland)
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