UPDATE: 4 Warn Storm Team visits National Weather Service festival

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NORMAN, Okla. - Beautiful weather brought out a huge crowd of visitors to the National Weather Festival at the National Weather Center in Norman.

The entire 4 Warn Storm Team was on hand to meet with visitors and fans.

Emily Sutton had a blast launching a weather balloon.

2Pilot Jon Welsh was there to show visitors Bob Moore Chopper 4 and how it is used to bring you the best weather coverage in Oklahoma.

Chief meteorologist Mike Morgan and 4 Warn Storm chaser Reed Timmer were having a lot of fun meeting and greeting fans.

A teenager named Nathan, who invented a portable anemometer and weather vein and had Timmer autograph it. Timmer also wore it to see how light it was to carry.

There were exhibits hosted by weather related businesses and lots of people fascinated by weather. One of the coolest things at the National Weather Center is the giant globe 3displaying real time weather systems across the world.

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