On these pages you will find
information to aid in hurricane survival and planning for you and your
family. The information on these pages are excerpts courtesy of the NOAA.
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“Tornado Alley” is an area of the U.S. heart-land known for its tornado
activity... Tornado risk includes the potential for property damage,
injury, and loss of life all of which are increased with a higher frequency of
Tornados can form very quickly and surprise anyone who is not
alert to the danger signs. Learn how to recognize the danger signs.
Activity sometimes seems to explode from nowhere. How does this happen and
why do wild fires seem to flare up without warning? Can you limit the
Summer offers warm weather and sometimes a surprise. Tips and
information to avoid unpleasant consequences.
Offers a extensive list of ideas to deal with a flood situation and
This page discuses the hurricane strength scale and what the different
numbers mean for wind speeds and damage estimation.
Forecast and current storm activity for major tropical cyclones, hurricanes
and typhoons from around the world.
Up to date national radar, forecast maps and weather information for your
A sudden spring storm, a heavy downpour or a tropical storm can all lead to
the same event, flooding. Flooding poses the risk of significant property
damage and a real threat to life and limb. Preparing for a flood is smart.