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- Dr. Marshall Shepherd Research meteorologist, NASA
- Maria Pirone Vice President of Product and Market Development, AER (Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc.)
- Dr. James Hoke Director of the Hydrometeorological Prediction Center, National Weather Service
- Eric Williford Chief Research Scientist, Weather Predict
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