U.S. Severe Weather Blog

This blog is intended to facilitate communication about the impacts of selected severe weather events, particularly major tornadoes, in the United States in near-real-time. We hope it will allow us to assist media, forecasters, researchers, emergency managers, and other interested parties to understand what we at the NOAA Weather Partners in Norman, Oklahoma have been able to gather about the events. We also hope to include information that puts recent events into historical perspective and provide guidance about how to interpret the record of reported events.

This blog is not intended to provide critical weather forecast information. For that, go to the National Weather Service Offsite link warning, especially the Storm Prediction Center Offsite link warning for national guidance, and your local National Weather Service Forecast Office for local information. Find it here Offsite link warning. Nor is this intended to provide information on a broad range of research topics associated with severe weather. For that, go to the National Severe Storms Laboratory Offsite link warning.

Severe Storm Update #1

Feb 10th, 2009 | By Greg Carbin

The first potentially significant severe weather episode of 2009 targets the Arklatex region.



Feb 10th, 2009 | By Harold Brooks

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