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Warning Coordination Meteorologis...

Local Address: North Carolina, United States
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
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Company Description: NOAA understands and predicts changes in the Earth's environment, from the depths of the ocean to the surface of the sun, and conserves and manages our coastal and...   more
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www.trinityctr.com, 28 Mar 2014 [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, 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.
The Sun News | 01/16/2006 | North Carolina
www.myrtlebeachonline.com, 16 Jan 2006 [cached]
"I think we were lucky, because there were some big trees down on structures, including a mobile home where an elderly lady was inside," said John Cole, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Morehead City office.
"What we try to impress upon ...
www.newbernsj.com, 31 May 2014 [cached]
"What we try to impress upon people is that it doesn't matter if it's an inactive season or an active one, it only takes one," said John Cole of the National Weather Service forecast office in Newport, which includes Craven, Onslow and Carteret counties in its coverage area.
Hurricane Andrew hit Florida in 1992 as a Category 5 storm. It was one of only 7 named storm that season, well below the average. In 1993, Hurricane Emily brushed the Outer Banks and was one of only 8 named storms.
Cole said storm surge is the biggest threat to property and lives during hurricanes; and a new tool is available this year to help residents prepare for potential flooding from storm surge, the abnormal rise of water generated by a storm beyond predicted astronomical tides.
The National Hurricane Center will generate maps in conjunction with a hurricane watch, and in some cases a tropical storm watch, to show geographic areas where storm surge could occur.
"It will show specifically on the map what areas could see inundation and at what height above ground level," Cole said.
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"What we try to impress upon people is that it doesn't matter if it's an inactive season or an active one, it only takes one," said John Cole of the National Weather Service forecast office in Newport, which includes Craven, Onslow and Carteret counties in its coverage area.
Hurricane Andrew hit Florida in 1992 as a Category 5 storm. It was one of only 7 named storm that season, well below the average. In 1993, Hurricane Emily brushed the Outer Banks and was one of only 8 named storms.
Cole said storm surge is the biggest threat to property and lives during hurricanes; and a new tool is available this year to help residents prepare for potential flooding from storm surge, the abnormal rise of water generated by a storm beyond predicted astronomical tides.
The National Hurricane Center will generate maps in conjunction with a hurricane watch, and in some cases a tropical storm watch, to show geographic areas where storm surge could occur.
"It will show specifically on the map what areas could see inundation and at what height above ground level," Cole said.
Aquacultural Engineering Society
www.aesweb.org, 23 July 2013 [cached]
John Colt National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
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