What does a cooler spring mean for severe weather, and how does tornado activity in the Mid-Atlantic compare to other parts of the country? Jacqui Jeras visited the Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma to answer these questions and see how meteorologists are working to keep people safe from severe weather.
For last Friday's Severe Weather Special, Jacqui interviewed meteorologists at the Storm Prediction Center and found out how they issue watches and warnings for severe weather. They also revealed research that shows how cooler temperatures in May, such as those we experienced in Washington, may mean more severe weather in June and July.
As we enter the peak of severe weather season here in the Washington area, Jacqui helps you be better informed in this story: