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Severe Storms Possible in the South; Southwest Critical Fire Weather Threats

Severe storms with large to very large hail, damaging winds, a couple of tornadoes, and heavy rain that could cause flash flooding may develop across the eastern South Plains to the Deep South. Dry, gusty winds in the Southwest will keep fire weather threats critical. Elevated fire weather threats also in portions of the East. Cool and snowy in the Northern Tier states and West mountains. Read More >

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Storm Spotter Resource Center

National Weather Service - Norman, Oklahoma

 
Welcome to the Storm Spotter Resource Center. This page is designed to be a companion to the official storm spotter training conducted by the Norman National Weather Service office. If you are a new spotter or interested in getting involved, check out this link to get started.
 
How To Send A Storm Report
Current Weather Briefing
Severe Weather Safety Checklist
 
The table below provides links to web pages that give essential information to spotters. Follow the links to reach more detailed pages.
   
Confused about when certain watches, warnings or advisories are issued? Reference the criteria page in the resources section of this web site. All watches, warnings and advisories are detailed there.
 
During times of severe weather, the web pages available via the NWS Enhanced Data Display can be especially handy to storm spotters. These pages include "auto-refreshing" maps of warnings, storm reports, etc.