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Severe Weather Podcast 4-11-2011.

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I had the privilege of sitting down this morning with Jim Tucker (KB0QNW), who is the new Chaves County New Mexico Skywarn Coordinator, and Mike Jackson the KSVP/KTZA Radio Station News Director, in Artesia and recording this podcast.

Severe weather recognizes no boundaries, county, or state lines, and often times the severe weather that forms in Eddy County, will roll into Chaves County and visa versa. It dosen't really matter what county you live in southeastern New Mexico, at some point in time you will experience some type of severe weather.

Our purpose in recording this podcast was to explain to you the public, a little bit of what the National Weather Service Skywarn Program is really all about, and how it affects you during local outbreaks of severe weather here in southeastern New Mexico. We video taped the discussion and as soon as the video is ready I will post it here. Enjoy.

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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