Category: weather

Prepared Penguins: Tips for a Safe and Healthy Winter

Group Adelie penguins going to the water.

By: Kathryn Landis Don’t get caught winging it! Follow these tips for a safe and healthy winter. As the temperatures get colder, make sure you know how to stay warm. Wear warm winter clothes and plenty of extra layers, and listen for radio or television reports of travel advisories issued by the National Weather Service. Read More >

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Flood Safety Awareness Week 2014

Flooded road, with barrier and "high water," "road closed" signs

Turn Around Don’t Drown Turn Around Don’t Drown, or TADD for short, is a NOAA National Weather Service campaign used to educate people about the hazards of driving a vehicle or walking through flood waters. This year is the 10th anniversary of the TADD program. Hundreds of signs depicting the message have been erected at Read More >

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Test Your Knowledge: Hurricanes

aerial view of hurricane over the Atlantic

The 2012 Hurricane Season starts Friday, June 1st, but we’ve already seen some action with two storms, Alberto and Beryl, that battered Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina with heavy rains and strong winds. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) unveiled its 2012 predictions last week, estimating between 9-15 tropical storms this year, with up Read More >

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Be a Force of Nature

This time last year, storms ripped through the central and southern United States spawning more than 300 tornadoes and claiming hundreds of lives. This year we observed National Severe Weather Preparedness Week in memory of these tragic events and to encourage everyone to learn what to do when severe weather strikes. Read More >

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