OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Forecasters in Oklahoma are releasing an evaluation of last May's tornadoes that killed more than 50 people.
The National Weather Service in Norman is expected to release the assessment of the tornadoes that devastated central Oklahoma, including Moore and Shawnee, on Friday.
The review is expected to include a look at the weather service's formal warnings and other communications, including social media in an effort to help forecasters prepare for the upcoming spring storm season.
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