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Welcome to the Spring 2010 Edition

In this issue:

Severe Weather Safety A Look at the Winter Storms Volunteer for the NWS Tropical Outlook
Summer 2010 Outlook Winter Numbers and Rankings Severe Hail Now One Inch March 12th-13th Flash Flooding

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A WINTER TO REMEMBER
By Robyn Brown

 

Bethel, NC Snow picture

Numerous winter storms affected the area

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Severe Weather Safety

  by Phil Hysell

 

Photo of a flooded road

 

Time to review some weather safety rules

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The National Weather Service Needs You!

by Phil Hysell

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The National Weather Service in Blacksburg could use your passion for weather.

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Summer Outlook

by Jan Jackson

 

 

Thunderstorm in the distance

 

How will this summer compare to 2009?

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A MUCH MORE ACTIVE TROPICAL SEASON POSSIBLE IN 2010

by Jim Hudgins

 

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After a slow 2009 in the tropics, 2010 could be more active

 

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March 12-13th, 2010 Flash Floods in Southeast West Virginia
and Southwest Virginia

Peter Corrigan, Service Hydrologist

 

flood damage in Mercer County, WV

A high impact flash flood event


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New One Inch Hail Criteria - What Does It Mean For Our Region?

by Steve Keighton

 

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A Snowy and Cold Winter
(Winter 2009-2010 Climate Summary)

by Marc Chenard

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The 2009-2010 winter months were characterized by below normal temperatures, and above normal precipitation and snowfall.

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