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National Oceanic and Atmospheric


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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.


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National Weather Service Weather for Mariners. How the forecasts are made and what tools are used by the meteorologist.


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"The basic thing with the impact based warnings is it allows us to really tag and really highlight the important information in a warning," said John Cole, of the National Weather Service in Morehead City.
"We want people to react better and we feel like really highlighting the threat information and the hazards I think will really highlight it to the public, said Cole. The change to impact-based warnings is expected to bring people more usable information during severe weather, but It's not the only change the Weather Service is making. "It almost seemed like we were shouting angrily with capitalizing everything so it'll be more normal and once people get used to it, it'll be easier to read," noted Cole.


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