National Severe Weather Conference is the web page for the 2007 Severe Weather Workshop in Norman, OK.

This is an annual severe weather conference. It is attended by Skywarn volunteers, media, emergency managers, and National Weather professionals.

Designed for emergency managers, storm spotters, media, educators, meteorologists, and other weather enthusiasts, the workshop will offer a unique opportunity to expand your understanding of the role of the Storm Prediction Center, National Weather Service forecast offices, Emergency Managers, broadcast meteorologists, educators, and others involved in severe weather events.

Experience \”The Scenario\” where Emergency Managers, Media, and NWS personnel switch places to learn how the others perform during severe weather.

Tour the new National Weather Center, home of meteorological entities from the University of Oklahoma, the National Weather Service, the Storm Prediction Center, the National Severe Storms Laboratory, the Warning Decision Training Branch, the Radar Operations Center, and the Oklahoma Climatological Survey.

Sponsored by:

* NOAA: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

NWS: National Weather Service (NWS)
National Centers for Environmental Prediction

Storm Prediction Center

Warning Decision Training Branch
Southern Region Headquarters

Norman Forecast Office

Central Region Headquarters
OAR: Oceanic and Atmospheric Research
National Severe Storms Laboratory

* OEMA: Oklahoma Emergency Management Association
* COCAMS/NWA: Central Oklahoma Chapter of the American Meteorological Society/National Weather Association

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