NWS Holds Workshop to Improve Communication During Severe Weather

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WILKES-BARRE -- One of the most important things during a weather emergency is getting the right information out to the public in the fastest way possible.

The National Weather Service held a workshop at Luzerne County's Emergency Management Agency in Wilkes-Barre on Monday.

Newswatch 16’s Chief Meteorologist Tom Clark and Meteorologist Kurt Aaron were part of the workshop.

The focus was on improving communication between agencies and media outlets especially during severe weather events like tropical storms, flooding events, or snow storms.

2 comments

  • Al Ackbar

    Perhaps you media folks could stop cutting to your “EXTREME WEATHER CENTERS FOR AN IMMEDIATE UPDATE!!!!!” and go back to reporting the weather.

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