Now; here is an e-mail I sent to a reporter of The Ashland-Times Gazette; prior to announcing the same on the Ashland 147.105 Repeater and The Richland County 146.940. Repeater. NOTE: The reporters name and e-mail address have been edited out for a reason. The key "WORD" I used at the two repeater announcements were "COULD".
Howard Jackson: email@example.com
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From: Howard Jackson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sent: Sun 5/22/11 3:21 PM
Good Afternoon; Howard here...I'm monitoring a series of storms approaching the Richland/Ashland Counties with
in two to three hours from now, or sooner. I have your Weather Report Data E-mail set at 1 hour intervals right now.
When we're in the Watch/Warning mode, I'll upgrade the E-mail frequency to every 10 min. (which is allowable from
the software I'm using). There are two storm build-ups. One is SSW of Ohio; which could put us in a Severe T-Storm
Warning mode; and the other is WNW of Ohio, which could put us in a Tornado Watch/Warning mode. The storm
cell was a slow mover....and YES....The National Weather Service Cleveland......did issue .......a "Tornado Watch" for
Richland County, OH....later the next day.
PS. A printed copy of this e-mail is available to ANYONE who cares to view it.