John is a fan of the great outdoors and when the skies aren't stormy you'll find John with fishing rod in hand, headed for his favorite spot to toss out a line. He and his family are avid campers as well.
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A Warning is issued when hazardous weather is occurring, is imminent, or has a very high probability of occurring. It is used for conditions that pose a threat to life or property. Warnings are issued based on eyewitness reports, or clear identification from radar and/or satellite.
The lead-time for warnings for severe thunderstorm and tornado events is generally 30 minutes or less.
Lead-time for hurricanes, river floods, and winter storms can be 6 to 18 hours.