Last Update

2016-09-10T00:00:00.000Z

This profile was last updated on .

Is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong John Cole?

Mr. John A. Cole

Coordination Meteorologist At the Office

National Weather Service

HQ Phone: (301) 713-0900

Email: j***@***.gov

Get ZoomInfo Grow

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Community Edition at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

National Weather Service

1325 East West Highway

Silver Spring, Maryland 20910

United States

Company Description

The National Weather Service in Hanford provides the following forecast for the Tehachapi area: This afternoon: Sunny, with a high near 66. East wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Tonight: Clear, with a low around 43. East wind 5 to 10 m ... more

Find other employees at this company (3,291)

Background Information

Employment History

Warning Coordination Meteorologist

National Oceanic and Atmospheric

Software Engineer

DIRECTV Inc

Web References (117 Total References)


Road Scholar Teaching Staff Biographies

www.trinityctr.com [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.


"Monitoring the radar, staffing up for ...

wnct.com [cached]

"Monitoring the radar, staffing up for the severe event as well," said John Cole, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Newport.

Everywhere you turn inside their office there are dozens of screens to monitor everything from radar to social media.
The coordinator of the Newport office says they rely heavily on partners like WNCT during severe weather, since getting safety information out is vital to the public.
"To get that information and get it out to the general public and get it out to more of those ears out there in our area so we work very close together as a team," said Cole.
...
"If you get all the right ingredients together you can get those stronger tornadoes and we've seen them in the past and this could be possibly one of those where we do see a strong tornado here in Eastern North Carolina," said Cole.
Cole also says their meteorologists will continue to track the storm throughout the evening hours of Wednesday and expects several crews to be surveying damages Thursday throughout Eastern Carolina.


Elderhostel Staff at Trinity Center

www.trinityctr.com [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.


"We pretty much are expecting a ...

www.havenews.com [cached]

"We pretty much are expecting a below normal year," said John Cole, warning coordination meteorologist at the National Weather Service Office in Newport. "That doesn't mean we get something that develops in late September or early October and threatens the United States coastline. Even though we are expecting a below normal year with activity, we still have to be aware that we could get a land-falling system here on the U.S. coastline." Cole points out that Hurricane Andrew, a Category 5 storm that devastated parts of southern Florida, occurred during a below-average hurricane season in 1992. Cole said that the Atlantic has been in an active hurricane cycle, call it the active multi-decadal cycle, since 1995. However, a strong El Nino, which is a warming of Pacific Ocean waters, has caused high winds aloft in the Atlantic, which has inhibited hurricane formation this year, he said. Dry air is also in place over the Atlantic Ocean, and that also prevents formation of a storm or causes weaker storms when they do form, he said. Still, Cole warns residents not to let their guards down. "You really never know," he said.


"We pretty much are expecting a ...

www.havenews.com [cached]

"We pretty much are expecting a below normal year," said John Cole, warning coordination meteorologist at the National Weather Service Office in Newport. "That doesn't mean we get something that develops in late September or early October and threatens the United States coastline. Even though we are expecting a below normal year with activity, we still have to be aware that we could get a land-falling system here on the U.S. coastline." Cole points out that Hurricane Andrew, a Category 5 storm that devastated parts of southern Florida, occurred during a below-average hurricane season in 1992. Cole said that the Atlantic has been in an active hurricane cycle, call it the active multi-decadal cycle, since 1995. However, a strong El Nino, which is a warming of Pacific Ocean waters, has caused high winds aloft in the Atlantic, which has inhibited hurricane formation this year, he said. Dry air is also in place over the Atlantic Ocean, and that also prevents formation of a storm or causes weaker storms when they do form, he said. Still, Cole warns residents not to let their guards down. "You really never know," he said.

Similar Profiles

Other People with this Name

Other people with the name Cole

Brenda Cole
Bible Baptist Christian School

Sharon Cole
RE/MAX PV EXECS

Robert Cole
The Cancer Center

Ricky Cole
Hamble Lifeboat Ltd

Alexandra Cole
CSa Environmental Planning

Browse ZoomInfo's Business Contact Directory by City

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory