WARN was activated by the National Weather Service on Sunday 5/24/98 at about 4:30 P.M. for severe weather occurring in the Cincinnati Tri-state area.
A recap of the weather net on 5/13 leads to some important procedural information that we all need to know.
A summary of the weather net that occurred in the early morning hours of Wednesday 4/8/98 and commentary from the attending control operaters.
Misconceptions about Skywarn, a listing of the specific areas covered by WARN, and net activation procedures.
The first WARN letter of 1998 recaps the year’s first weather net and other WARN news.
A new type of NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) receiver is now available which allows you to program your receiver for the alerts that you wish to receive.
Preliminary data and information from the Wilmington NWS office.
The 1997 severe weather season was ALMOST the season that didn’t happen. Far fewer severe weather events occurred than in
This first letter to the WARN mailing list addresses the issues of operations changes, coordination with Wimington NWS, and EMWIN.