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Jonathan Garner

Meteorologist

Storm Prediction Center

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Storm Prediction Center

1313 Halley Circle

Norman, Oklahoma,73069

United States

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National Oceanic and Atmospheric


NOAA/National Weather Service/Storm Prediction Center


Meteorologist

National Weather Service


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www.heraldonline.com

Jonathan Garner, a meteorologist at the Storm Prediction Center in Oklahoma, said the corridor of damaging winds this evening probably will stretch from the Piedmont to the coastal plain in the Carolinas.
He also said strong tornadoes are a possibility.


www.adn.com

Juneau-based NWS meteorologist Jonathan Garner said early Thursday that Oho is now almost certain to reach the Gulf of Alaska.
Although Southeast saw coastal flooding watches during a Gulf of Alaska storm last week, Garner said a period of relatively dry weather since has left rivers, creeks and streams at lower levels ahead of the surges expected from Oho's rains.


juneauempire.com

A meteorologist with the National Weather Service, Jonathan Garner, confirmed the smoke could have come from either fires to the east in British Columbia, or from Interior Alaska.
Though Garner just began his shift, after consulting with a colleague, he reported the smoke has moved in from the north or northwest. Garner further described a ridge of higher pressure under which the smoke gets trapped, which is expected to stick around until another weather system pushes the smoke out - likely Wednesday or Thursday, when a storm system from over the Gulf of Alaska from the south or southwest will usher in "more of a rainy pattern mid-week."


planetark.org

"We're expecting mainly damaging winds and large hail with perhaps a few tornadoes," said Jonathan Garner, a meteorologist with the weather service's Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma.
No tornadoes had been reported by mid-Thursday, Garner said.


www.greatdreams.com [cached]

Several people in Bardwell and Wickliffe called to report the temblor, National Weather Service meteorologist Jonathan Garner said.


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