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Enhanced Wording The term 'Enhanced Wording' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' 1. An option used by the SPC in tornado and severe thunderstorm watches when the potential for strong/violent tornadoes, or unusually widespread damaging straight-line winds, is high. The text that accompanies a watch of this type will include the line 'THIS IS A PARTICULARLY DANGEROUS SITUATION.' 2. Strong wording or emphasis used in a zone forecast issued by a National Weather Service Forecast Office highlighting a potential condition (e.g., 'some thunderstorms may be severe')'.
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