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Weather Aware

Being weather aware is crucial for staying safe and prepared in unpredictable and potentially dangerous weather conditions.

As a responsible individual, it is essential to be “weather aware.” That means not only being aware of the current weather conditions but also taking proactive measures to keep you and your loved ones safe. In being weather aware, you must first stay informed about the latest weather forecasts to plan accordingly. This includes understanding the potential hazards that may arise from severe weather events, such as thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, or blizzards, among others. Being weather aware also means taking necessary precautionary measures before and after such events occur. You should prepare for such conditions by stocking up on emergency supplies and creating an evacuation plan in case of an emergency. When extreme weather events occur, you must be prepared to minimize risks to yourself, your family, and your property. In summary, being weather aware promotes resilience, protects you and your community from the impact of changing weather patterns, and ultimately saves lives.

Weather Aware

children aware


Teaching children to be weather aware is crucial in order to ensure their safety and well-being during severe and unpredictable weather conditions.


Drought, a natural disaster of prolonged and severe water scarcity, poses a significant threat to ecosystems, communities, and economies around the world.


It is crucial to be prepared for a flood and have an emergency plan in place. Being prepared can mean the difference between life and death.
Heat Stroke weather aware


Heat and UV rays are important factors that significantly impact our daily lives. With excessive heat, it is essential to consider ways to protect ourselves from the dangers of heat-related illnesses.
lightning and thunderstorms

Lightning and Thunderstorms

Lightning & Thunderstorms can be captivating natural phenomena, but it's crucial to be aware of their power and take necessary precautions to ensure your safety.
SKYWARN weather spotter


SKYWARN is a nationwide volunteer program that helps the National Weather Service to issue more timely and accurate warnings for severe weather, saving lives and property.
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active arson audiences


active arson audiences

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