According to the current SPC log, there were widespread severe wind reports (at least in the Piedmont), but no tornadoes in GA/SC/NC/VA. So… is this a null case?
While the episode is fresh in everyone’s minds (as of this typing, Wakefield, Sterling, and Morehead City may not be 100% out of the woods yet), I would be interested to know more about the procedures followed at each office. What were you looking at in making warning decisions? Were there specific clues about the less-than-prolific tornado production that you were able to identify operationally? Clearly, ingredients were at least sufficient for the continued hoisting of tornado watches, so I am curious about how this shook out from a WFO perspective.
All the best,
P.S. For those who are interested in the HSLC organizational teleconference (we are targeting mid-December), stay tuned. I will be contacting people on the HSLC e-mail list in a day or two. The 11/30-12/1 case ight serve as a nice ice-breaker for our discussions.