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About Our Office

 

Welcome to the web pages of the National Weather Service's Weather Forecast Office in Tallahassee, FL (NWS WFO TLH). Our office is located to the 4th floor of the Love Building on the Florida State University campus. 

We are part of the NWS Southern Region. Our County Warning and Forecast Area includes the Eastern Florida Panhandle, Florida Big Bend, Southeast Alabama, and Southwest and South Central Georgia. In addition to issuing short-fused warnings (tornado, severe thunderstorm, flash flood) for these areas, our office also issues routine 7-day public forecasts, 5-day marine forecasts, daily and monthly climate reports, and specialized forecasts for our aviation, fire weather and surf communities. We also issue longer-term watches and warnings for hazards such as dense fog, excessive heat, freezes, high winds, wind chill and other winter weather. Finally, we produce a full suite of graphical forecasts.

 

Phone and Fax Numbers

Phone:
(24/7)
(850) 942-8833
(850) 942-8851 (recorded weather information)
Fax: (850) 942-8850

 

Office Address

National Weather Service
Love Building
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4509

 

Administrative Personnel:

  • Felecia Bowser, Meteorologist in Charge (MIC)
  • Mark Wool, Warning Coordination Meteorologist (WCM)
  • Parks Camp, Science & Operations Officer (SOO)
  • Doug Sherrick, Electronic Systems Analyst (ESA)
  • Kelly Godsey, Senior Service Hydrologist, (SSH), Deployment Team, Associate WCM - south central Georgia
  • Brian Coats, Information Technology Officer, (ITO)
  • Jennifer Nichols, Administrative Support Assistant (ASA)

Operational Personnel

 

Lead Forecasters:

  • Don Van Dyke
  • Vacant
  • Blair Scholl  
  • Andrew Haner 
  • Karleisa Rogacheski

Meteorologists:

  • Joseph Worster
  • Lance Franck  
  • Molly Merrifield  
  • Wright Dobbs  
  • Eric Bunker  
  • Israel Gonzalez 
  • Jasmine Montgomery 
  • Kristian Oliver
  • Cameron Young

Observation Program Leader:

  • Ricardo Humphreys  

Pathways Student:

  • Rebecca Darish

Electronic Technicians:

  • Vacant
  • Aaron Basti