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Insurance professionals, policymakers, and weather experts will be among those attending the second annual National Tornado Summit, which takes place from March 10 to 12 in Oklahoma City, Okla. 

The primary goal of the summit is educating the public on virtually every aspect of tornado safety, awareness, response, and recovery. This second iteration will feature the National Severe Weather Workshop (NSWW). The breakout sessions, organized by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), will focus on crisis communication, emergency response analysis, significant weather events of 2012, tornado ratings, and how social media impacts the effectiveness of severe weather watches and warnings.

“Teaming up with the Tornado Summit seems like a natural fit for the National Severe Weather Workshop,” says Greg Carbin, warning coordination meteorologist for the NOAA SPC and NSWW chair. 

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