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Significant Severe Weather Event Today Including Possible Strong Tornadoes South Mississippi

The deep mid level closed low over the central Plains will be slowto push east and into the upper MS Valley by this evening and as this occurs the trough will begin to pivot taking on a neutral andeventually a negative tilt. The cold front which is currently slowly moving into the Lower MS Valley …

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Overcome Your Fear of Tornadoes, Severe Storms, and Hurricanes

Are you afraid of severe thunderstorms such as tornadoes and hurricanes? Do you get nervous every time the weatherman forecasts severe weather? Does the idea of a tornado warning (or dark suspicious clouds) make your stomach cramp with fear, and send you to a panic to the basement or closet? Is the panic so severe, …

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  Get a powerful yet easy-to-use weather station right on your device with Weather Radar & Alerts. Real-time animated weather radar images on a highly interactive map enhanced with severe weather warnings provide accurate weather forecast and don’t let bad weather take you by surprise. The app reflects the real-time weather conditions and provides you …

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Why are so many people turning Away Local News

Executive Summary In this report, we analyze what is happening to television news. We map recent changes in traditional television viewing, the rise of online video, and a range of examples of how different organizations are working with new forms of television-like news developed for a digital environment. We show how recent years have seen …

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Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls Declared “Best Weatherman Ever”

An Alabama meteorologist has been honored by the internet for his helpful, educational forecasts on hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean. It all started when a Reddit user posted a forecast from Alan Sealls, the chief meteorologist from WFKG, a CBS-affiliated station in Mobile, Alabama. The post by Stellarnan7, titled “Best weatherman ever, very articulate and educational”, …

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Educational Material – Storm Spotter Resources

Spotter Training Materials It is important to note that reviewing the information and slides contained on this web page is NOT considered a substitute to actually attending a spotter training course. This web page is intended to be a supplement to the spotter training courses conducted by the NWS Norman every year. These typically occur in January …

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A look the History of tornadoes by their EF Scale Rankings

The modern tornado record began in 1950. It tells many stories. While seasonal tornado information is highly incomplete across the early part of the period, we are now approaching 70 years worth of detailed information. There are over 60,000 tornadoes cataloged in the database. The country averages somewhere in the neighborhood of 1,200 twisters each year, although …

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Spring 2018 seasonal tornado outlook

The United States is running behind schedule in the tornado numbers department this year. Will the quiet trend we have seen thus far continue as we head into April, and May?  We might see a few strong Thunderstorms towards the end of this week but nothing too severe. (Storm Prediction Center)   Looking out into …

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Meteorologist Rick Smith Overcame Severe Weather Anxiety

Meteorologist Rick Smith can remember he’s been fascinated by weather. His wife actually found a little weather forecast he did in first grade; it’s framed in Rick’s office at the National Weather Service’s Norman Forecast Office. So, yes, Rick’s always been into weather. For instance, when “The Wizard of Oz” used to come on TV once …

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Severe Storms: How to Reduce Your Anxiety

Anticipating the arrival of a hurricane, tornado, blizzard, or any severe storm strikes fear and anxiety in the people in its path for good reason. Natural disasters disrupt lives in significant ways, including creating physical and mental health problems and major economic challenges. And the never-ending news about a storm’s arrival may increase your anxiety, …

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