All you have to do is watch the news to see stories of tornadoes, floods, and other severe weather affecting all parts of the country. Are you prepared for the severe weather that could strike your community this summer?
According to the National Weather Service, lightning strikes the United States about 25 million times a year, killing an average of 49 people and severely injuring hundreds more. Find out how you can protect yourself from being injured by lightning.
Flooding is another threat across the U.S. The National Weather Service tells you how to prepare.
Tornadoes kill and injure dozens of people each year and cause millions in property damage. While tornadoes are more common in some parts of the country, all 50 states have reported tornadoes. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself and your family.
Heat is one of the leading weather-related killers in the U.S. and affects all parts of the country. Find out how the National Weather Service can help you beat the heat.