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Thunderstorms in the Central Plains; Below Average Temperatures in the East

Storms capable of producing large hail and a few strong wind gusts will be possible from central Nebraska into northern Kansas. Below normal temperatures are expected east of the Rockies, while the western third of the country warms up. Read More >

Videotaped Presentations
 on the

27 April 2011 Super Tornado Outbreak in East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia

Delivered by personnel from the NWS Forecast Office in Morristown, TN at a public meeting of the Smoky Mountain Chapter of the American Meteorological Society on 18 July 2011 at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, TN.

 


 

 

Speaker: David Gaffin (Senior Forecaster)

 

 

 
 

Speakers: David Hotz (Science and Operations Officer) and
Tim Doyle (Forecaster)

 

 
 

Speaker: Tim Troutman (Warning Coordination Meteorologist)

 

 
 

Speaker: Tim Troutman (Warning Coordination Meteorologist)

 

 
 

Speaker: George Mathews (Meteorologist in Charge)

 

 
 

Speaker: George Mathews (Meteorologist in Charge)

 

 
 

Speaker: George Mathews (Meteorologist in Charge)

 

 
 

Speaker: Howard Waldron (retired Warning Coordination Meteorologist)

 

 
 

Speaker: George Mathews (Meteorologist in Charge)