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Always Under Construction - Latest Update 06.12.2008


Oxford, OH Hook Echo of June 3, 2008

CLICK HERE For Reflectivity and Velocity Images from NWS ILN NEXRAD Doppler

XENIA TORNADO PHOTOS National Weather Service, Wilmington, OH
XENIA DAILY GAZETTE, The Day After, from The Ohio Historical Society
XENIA INFORMATION from The Ohio Historical Society


The
Fujita Scale
Cincinnati Area Tornadoes
Photos and Info
How Tornadoes
Form
ADDITIONAL INFO
1974 SUPER OUTBREAK


Materials from my talk at the 1999 Ohio Severe Weather Symposium

Click Here for the 7.2.1997 F3 Felicity, OH Tornado RHI and PPI Displays
Click Here for the 4.9.1999 F4 Hamilton County, OH Tornado
Click Here for PPI Display - Schematics of the 4.9.99 Supercell Structure
Click Here for the Role of the Meteorologist in Television News

Click Here for the Duties of the TV Meteorologist During Severe Weather

ADDITIONAL READING ON THE WEB
What is a Tornado?
by Chuck Doswell

Tornado Forecasting: A Review
by Chuck Doswell

Tornado Thoughts after VORTEX '95
by Chuck Doswell

Storm Spotting and Public Awareness Since the First Tornado Forecasts of 1948
by Chuck Doswell, Alan Moller, Harold Brooks

On the Environments of Tornadic and Nontornadic Mesocyclones
by Harold Brooks, Chuck Doswell, Jeremy Cooper

What is a Supercell?
by Chuck Doswell


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