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Trinity Center
618 Salter Path Road
Pine Knoll Shores , North Carolina 28512
United States

 
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www.trinityctr.com, 22 Mar 2015 [cached]
John Cole John Cole hails from Winter Haven, Florida, so it's not surprising that he has made weather his life's work. Florida is often chosen for weather studies because of its high incidence of lightning. In fact, the central portion of Florida is known as "Lightning Alley" and records more than 100 days of thunderstorms and 2.5 million lightning strikes annually, the most in the United States. John began his career with a B.S. in Meteorology from Florida State University, and 2 years of Graduate Work in Atmospheric Science from Texas Tech University. He has worked with the National Weather Service since 1987 in Texas, Florida, South Carolina and North Carolina. John and his wife Anita have three children.
John Cole, Warning Director ...
www.wcti12.com, 5 June 2015 [cached]
John Cole, Warning Director at the National Weather Service Office in Newport, said the storm traveled past four or fives homes with winds between 75-80 miles per hour.
"This particular tornado was probably extended across, at most, 150 yards with a brief touchdown for maybe 50 yards or so," Cole said. "Even though it's an EF-0 it's still dangerous. You could lose your life in the weaker tornado's as well."
Officials are now encouraging the public to be prepared as severe weather season gets underway.
"In this case there was no warning but have a plan, be prepared, know where you're going to go if you experience these kinds of winds, that could save your life," Cole said.
Newport SKYWARN was activated at 4:00 ...
www.ncarrl.org, 1 July 2014 [cached]
Newport SKYWARN was activated at 4:00 PM, July 3rd, by NWS Newport Warning Coordination Meteorologist John Cole.
John Cole, meteorologist ...
www.newbernsj.com, 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
John Cole, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Newport, said 10 inches of snow fell on New Bern from 4 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Nine inches were recorded in James City, Bridgeton got 8 inches of snow and 20-inch snow drifts, and just north of Havelock, 5.5 inches of snow was recorded, he said.
The 10-inch snowfall for New Bern was not a record. That occurred in 1965 during a three-day storm that dumped 15.5 inches on the city from Jan. 30 to Feb. 1. The first day of that storm, 12.5 inches of snow fell, Cole said.
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John Cole, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Newport, said 10 inches of snow fell on New Bern from 4 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Nine inches were recorded in James City, Bridgeton got 8 inches of snow and 20-inch snow drifts, and just north of Havelock, 5.5 inches of snow was recorded, he said.
The 10-inch snowfall for New Bern was not a record. That occurred in 1965 during a three-day storm that dumped 15.5 inches on the city from Jan. 30 to Feb. 1. The first day of that storm, 12.5 inches of snow fell, Cole said.
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Cole said the National Weather Service was forecasting a mix of sleet and freezing rain Wednesday that would change to heavy rain later in the afternoon. Thursday temperatures were expected in the mid-40s, but New Bern could still get a snow flurry with little or no accumulation, he said.
John Cole, warning coordination ...
www.kinston.com, 25 July 2015 [cached]
John Cole, warning coordination meteorologist at the National Weather Service forecast office in Newport, will be presenting county officials with a certificate and special StormReady signs during a ceremony at the next county Board of Commissioners meeting, 7 p.m. Aug. 3 at the Greene County Schools Tech Center, 402 S.E. Second St., Snow Hill. "The coastal plains counties in eastern North Carolina, including Greene County, are particularly vulnerable to strong tornadoes especially in the spring," Cole said. The StormReady program helps community leaders and residents prepare better for hazardous weather and flooding - with which Greene County is certainly familiar. The county was hit by an EF3 tornado - winds up to 160 mph - on April 16, 2011. About $30 million worth of damages occurred to homes, businesses and the middle and high schools. "The resilience of the community was evidenced by the rebuilding of the community and the reopening of the middle school after only two years," Cole said.
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