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What's New

April-May 2004

SPC Website Enhancement Project
Over the next few weeks we hope to bring you some new product graphics and other enhanced web capabilities. To get a look at some of the early work, please take a look at the Mesoscale Analysis, Storm Reports, and Fire Weather pages.

Stay tuned for additional improvements!


October 30, 2003

2004 National Severe Weather Workshop
will be held from March 4 through 6, 2004 in Norman, Oklahoma. Please visit www.norman.noaa.gov/nsww2004/ for more information.


December 5-6, 2003

SKYWARN Recognition Special Event Ham Radio Station W5T
Amateur radio operators from the National Severe Storms Lab and the Storm Prediction Center will again put station W5T on the air. To check the station log click here.


December 5, 2001

National Severe Weather Workshop 2002
The National Severe Weather Workshop 2002 will be held on March 1st and 2nd, 2002 in Norman, Oklahoma. For more information, please visit National Severe Weather Workshop 2002 page.


December 1, 2001

SKYWARN Recognition Special Event Ham Radio Station W5T
The event was a lot of fun! To see our station log click here.


October 1, 2001

WMO Header Changes for SPC Products
The WMO headers for the SPC products will be changed on November 7, 2001. A table describing these changes can be found here. For more information, please contact Dan McCarthy, SPC Warning Coordination Meteorologist.


August 9, 2001

Complete SPC bibliography now available
A complete bibliography of all papers published by current members of the Storm Prediction Center is now available online.


August 1, 2001

SeverePlot v2.0 available for download
SeverePlot v2.0 is a graphical database of severe thunderstorm and tornado occurrences in the United States. The latest version contains data from 1950 to 1999. This software is created and maintained by John Hart and is free to download.


August 1, 2001

Daily severe weather archive from 1985 to 1999 made available
Daily severe weather archive from 1985 to 1999 is now available. This archive is created and maintained by John Hart.


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