Warning Coordination Meteorologist
National Weather Service Operations Service (NOAA)
Daniel Noah has been a meteorologist with the National Weather Service for 30 years and is currently the Warning Coordination Meteorologist at the Tampa Bay office. He has forecast tornadoes in Wisconsin, blizzards and 46 below temperatures in North Dakota, and currently enjoys forecasting tropical meteorology in Florida.
Because of the cold weather experience, Dan and Janet, his wife of 31 years, have vowed never to live north of Florida’s Interstate 4. Dan has been a member of the Florida Governor`s Hurricane Conference Program
Committee since 2006 where he works to organize and teach trainings and
workshops to educate others about the impacts of hurricanes and to promote changes to NWS hurricane products and services.