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A tornado impacts the city of Norman, Oklahoma, and possibly the surrounding cities on May 6, 2015. Although the tornado is difficult to see, it travels through a densely populated suburb of Oklahoma City. Dr. Greg Forbes leads much of this live coverage from The Weather Channel. More videos from earlier and later in the day will be coming soon.
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B-Roll can be downloaded directly from here: http://www.norman.noaa.gov/media/b-roll/
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Among those in storm observing community, the May 31, 2013 El Reno tornado will long be remembered as one of the most dangerous storms we've dealt with. Tragically, eight people died in this tornado, including four storm chasers. This video is an effort to make sure that we don't see a repeat of this tragic situation. It's intended for storm spotters/chasers who have some storm observation experience, but the information is important for anyone. -------------------------------------- National Weather Service Norman, Oklahoma weather.gov/norman
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This is a recording of the webinar/conference call we did for our emergency management, public safety and emergency management partners at 1030am Sat May 16, 2015. -------------------------------------- National Weather Service Norman, Oklahoma weather.gov/norman
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Coverage of the incredible work of the NWS Norman staff during the May 20 2013 Moore Tornado Event. Comments on the video provided by NWS Billings. Video created 5/20/2013 and edited 5/21/2013 ------------------------- National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office Billings, MT http://weather.gov/Billings
National Weather Service SKYWARN Training. National Severe Weather Workshop 2012. Presented By Rick Smith WCM Norman Forecast Office. Filmed By Jesse Thompson using a Canon Rebel t3i at the National Severe Weather Workshop 2012. Rick Smith Bio. RICK SMITH is the Warning Coordination Meteorologist at the National Weather Service's Norman Forecast Office. He organizes NWS Norman's hazardous weather preparedness activities, leads a team of meteorologists who help train severe storm spotters throughout the office's 56-county area of responsibility, and works closely with the media, emergency managers and other state, county and local government officials to ensure that communities in central and western Oklahoma and western north Texas are ready when hazardous weather threatens. Rick has been...
Date: May 20, 2013 102 minutes (edited down into three part videos) of the massive, violent tornado that struck Moore, OK. This footage takes place from 4:20pm - 5:10pm ET as the tornado reached it's peak intensity and size approaching Monroe from Newcastle, OK. Kim Cunningham, Kelly Cass, Bryan Norcross, and Carl Parker are in TWC studio reporting on the tornado, in addition to streaming live local news footage from KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City, OK. Moore, OK is no stranger to violent tornadoes having been hit by a F5 (on old Fujita Scale) tornado back in May 3, 1999 and hit by another violent tornado (F4 on old Fujita Scale) in May 8, 2003. On May 21, 2013, the damage survey team from Norman, OK classified this tornado as an EF-5 with max winds that reached between 200-210 mph.
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