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Later Wednesday night, I'll give my last forecast on TV sitting next to my ABC colleagues Allison Starling, Leon Harris and Tim Brant.
There are many local media channels, university atmospheric research teams, SkyWarn spotters, Spotternet spotters, law enforcement spotters, tornado tour groups, and even casual weather observers that watch tornadoes .
According to Kennon, 95% of his city's revenue comes from tourism. He feels early predictions of a bad hurricane season can negatively impact tourism.
PHOTO PROVIDED Doug Christ, left, DeSoto County's emergency manager, and Program Specialist Jean Garland pose with Dr.
Allison Silveira is from the Midwest but studied meteorology for fifteen years at the Univesity of Oklahoma.
Weather experts said on Wednesday that the tornado that hit Oklahoma on May 21, Tuesday, was stronger than the atomic bomb that hit the Japanese city of Hiroshima during World War II.
Liz Sommerville, 35, of DeSoto, Texas, saw many tornadoes growing up. That experience nurtured her interest in meteorology, and she now works with the National Weather Service.
Meteorological experts say the area of the U.S. known as 'Tornado Alley' stretches from Texas to as far north as Minnesota.
This photo, taken Tuesday, shows the path the deadly tornado took Monday through suburban Moore, Okla.
For 15 years students from Harmar Elementary School have taken annual field trips to the Stacy Family Farm in Oak Grove where they're not only taught about the farm's main crop-strawberries- but also learn a thing or two about other farm-related subjects like beekeeping and meteorology.
Wind, humidity and rainfall combined precisely to create the massive killer tornado in Moore, Okla.
Crawford County Sheriff Scott Kent says Katlyn was last seen at 10 pm March 25th when her adoptive parents told her to get off the computer and go to bed.
Temperatures in the south-east will continue to dip below average this week in the south-east according to the weather bureau's senior forecaster.
The Storm Prediction Center places all of north Texas under a risk for severe weather through Tuesday, May 21a with a moderate risk outlined for the northern reaches of the Metroplex Monday and Monday night.