Titan U is a team effort. First we want to thank all of our guys: Chris Sanner, Brandon Sullivan, Eugene Thieszen, Brett Wright, Josh Ward, and Brandon Goforth. Their contribution of time, content, and expertise is invaluable.
Secondly, in an effort to make Titan U as accurate as possible we pulled much of our definition and verbiage from various sources to ensure accuracy and uniformity in terms of messaging. One of our goals has always been to ensure we relay a similar message to primary weather sources.
With that in mind, many of the terms, definitions, and techniques can also be found in some form or fashion at NOAA.
Also, we have certainly used other incredible educational resources as a guide and have borrowed some excellent phrasing. While in videos its impossible to cite our sources like in text — we do want to point you towards these other great resources to learn even more about the weather:
These resources are invaluable for you the user as well, and in your pursuit of knowledge we recommend you also check them out. Our belief is very simply put to work as a part of the overall solution towards better knowledge and preparedness of severe weather threats.
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