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Lingering Snow and Gusty Winds in the Southeast; Wet Weather Developing Across the Desert Southwest

A departing storm may continue to produce snow and gusty winds across portions of North Carolina through the morning commute on Friday. Later Friday and Saturday, a storm system is forecast to move into Southern California and the Desert Southwest with lower elevation rain and mountain snowfall. Flash flooding will be possible across portions of Arizona on Saturday. Read More >

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Credits and Acknowledgments

The authors would like to extended sincere gratitude to these organizations and people for their contributions and thoughtful suggestions during the preparation of this presentation:

  1. KFOR – TV Channel 4, Oklahoma City, OK. Mike Morgan, Dan Threlkeld, Steve Carano, David Payne and the remainder of the 4 – WARN storm team.
  2. KSNW – TV Channel 3, Wichita, KS. David Freeman - Chief Meteorologist.
  3. J. Pat Carter and the Associated Press - Oklahoma City, OK.
  4. The Oklahoma Climatological Survey – Norman OK
  5. The National Severe Storms Laboratory – Norman OK
  6. Gary McDevitt – Service Hydrologist - NWS Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
  7. Greg Spoden – University of Minnesota
  8. Doug Speheger – Forecaster - NWS Norman OK
  9. Gayland Kitch – Emergency Manager - Moore OK
  10. Brian Hansen – Emergency Management – Moore OK
  11. Jason Lynn – National Severe Storms Laboratory – Norman OK
  12. Lon Curtis – Waco TX
  13. Dave Zittel – NEXRAD Operational Support Facility – Norman OK
  14. Jeff Evans – Storm Prediction Center – Norman OK

    Also:

  15. David Andra – Science and Operations Officer – NWS – Norman OK
  16. Dennis McCarthy – Meteorologist in Charge – NWS – Norman OK
  17. Liz Quoetone – NEXRAD Operational Support Facility – Norman OK
  18. Les Lemon – Research and Radar Meteorologist – Kansas City MO
  19. Estelle de Coning – South African Weather Bureau – Pretoria, South Africa
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