- Severe Weather Early Warning Systems Research
Aliso Viejo, CA. SevereWarningSystems.com
announces direct participation in "ground zero of hurricane Gustav.
Team partner Steve Korper has been posted on "alert status"
for deployment to the New Orleans area on FEMA official duty. This is
an action that the federal government is taking positive steps on the
early stage prior to the landfall of this serious, potentially devastating
hurricane. Mr. Korper is currently preparing for an extended time in the
affected region as the severity of hurricane Gustav makes landfall.
Steve Korper, is a
core team participant with Severe Warning Systems, a Southern California
resident is presently in the Orange County Sheriff Reserves, a member
of a DMAT-Disaster Medical Assistance Team, and is a member of Infragard-FBI
Los Angeles Field Office. Steve's experience as a FEMA participant was
his exposure was being deployed to hurricane Katrina. The effects these
storms have on people are devastating. As stated by Mr. Korper, "I attempt
to do my part to help these victims". Mr. Korper has a multitude of experience
and exposure with severe weather. For more on Mr. Korper's qualifications
and credentials can be found on the website's team profile, at SevereWarningSystems.com.
was initiated by team participant and severe weather analyst John Hallen.
The mission of this severe weather early warning website is to monitor,
research, gather data, from in the field and documentary sources, of all
severe weather behavior. The latest focus of Severe Warning Systems team
has been gathering data from mesocyclone storms for the purpose of saving
property damage, and solutions for an early warning deterrent system for
tornadic storms. Severe Warning Systems has been doing research since