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Winter Storm Travel Hazards from Mid-South to the Northeast

Heavy snow and ice accumulations are likely to produce hazardous travel, downed trees, and power outages. Heaviest snow is expected along and just west of the Appalachians, and the most damaging icing is likely across parts of North Carolina. Thunderstorms may produce damaging winds and tornadoes in Florida and the eastern Carolinas. Strong winds and coastal flooding are also expected. Read More >


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San Joaquin Valley Office Personnel

Jerald Meadows
Meteorologist in Charge, Skywarn Focal Point

Felix Castro
Warning Coordination Meteorologist (WCM)

Kristian Mattarochia
Science and Operations Officer (SOO)

Tod Fujioka
Electronic Systems Analyst (ESA)


Jim Bentzien
Information Technology Officer (ITO), AWIPS Focal Point

Administrative Support Assistant (Secretary)


Jim Andersen
Union Steward, Cooperative Program Manager (CPM)

Jim Bagnall
GHG Focal Point, Satellite Focal Point

Jeff Barlow
Office Safety Focal Point, Backup Operations Focal Point

Andrew Bollenbacher
GIS Focal Point, Hazard Services Focal Point, Dobson Ozone Observations

James Dudley
IFPS Focal Point, Incident Meteorologist

Daniel Harty
Fire Weather Focal Point, NOAA Weather Radio Focal Point, Incident Meteorologist

Colin McKellar
Hydrology Focal Point, CoCorahs Focal Point

Carlos Molina
Aviation Focal Point, Diversity Focal Point

Brian Ochs
Climate Focal Point, Storm Spotter Newsletter Focal Poin

William South
Social Media Focal Point, Weather Story Focal Point

David Spector
Webmaster, Internet Focal Point, Storm Data Focal Point

Modesto Vasquez
Radar Focal Point, Spanish Page Webmaster

Hydro-Meterological Technicians (HMTs)

Operations Program Leader

Electronic Technicians and Maintenance Personnel (They keep the equipment running)

Marc Ganey
Electronic Technician (ET)

Boris Opachich
Electronic Technician (ET)


Student Trainees