The Australian Meteorological Association, AMETA  Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation, established in 1969 to foster interest in, and advance the knowledge of, meteorology and related sciences.  Membership is open to anyone with an interest in meteorology or oceanography  and related disciplines. Regular meetings are held to inform members and promote community understanding of meteorological and related science and services. Please note that this website continues to be under redevelopment. We welcome any ideas that members or any other interested people might have on what should be included on this site - email your suggestions to webmaster@ameta.org.au. UPDATED: Our Photo Gallery was updated recently. Speaker: John Nairn, acting Regional Director - South Australian Region, Bureau of Meteorology.  When:        5.30pm, Monday 20 October 2014 Where: Conference Room. Bureau of Meteorology,  25 College Road, Kent Town. SA Contact:     The Secretary                    AMETA                    PO Box 421                    Kent Town SA 5071. Phone:        8366 2664 A copy of the AMetA October 2014 Newsletter (aka Monana) may be viewed here. Tina Donaldson, a meteorologist at the South Australian Regional Forecasting Centre of the Bureau of  Meteorology, discussed her experiences as an Antarctic weather forecaster while stationed at Davis Station  during the summer of 1013/14. Some brief comments on her talk are given in the latest AMetA Newsletter  (see link to it above).  Members are reminded that annual subscriptions of $15 p.a. became due from the date of the recent AGM.  Subject: “A new heatwave warning service for Australia”