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A program to help cities, counties, and towns implement procedures to reduce the potential for disastrous, weather-related consequences. Find out if you're Storm Ready.

National Weather Service operates a nationwide network of radio transmitters to provide you with updated weather information. Find out more about NOAA Weather Radio.

From thunderstorms to floods and flash floods, spring and summer weather can be both the most exciting and the most dangerous of the year.

Flooding is a threat in locations across the country. To learn more, visit the NWS Flood Safety Awareness Week webpage.

Want to know more about severe weather? Check out our Severe Weather Awareness page and our page.

Lightning can be beautiful, but it can also be deadly. Take a look at our "Lightning Safety Awareness"page.

Check out our Heat Index Chart to learn how relative humidity can affect how we cope with hot temperatures.

Have you ever wondered exactly what breezy or partly cloudy means? Or what is meant by a 'slight chance' of precipitation? Find out on the forecast terminology page.

Wind plays an important role on the weather, especially when temperatures are cold. Check out our winter weather page and learn what precautions to take to protect yourself from cold wind chill temperatures.

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