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Creative Enterprises… Come Shine
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Creative Enterprises… Come Shine

Filed in Special Needs by on September 19, 2020 • views: 71

Video made by Jennifer Narramore, owner of Tornado Talk (a website all about tornado history) and a radio broadcast meteorologist with the Storm Report Radio Network.

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Recent Articles #2

Tornado Safety
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Tornado Safety

Filed in Special Needs by on May 27, 2020 • views: 182

Tornadoes can strike at any time of the day, anywhere. The National Weather Service forecast office in Birmingham outlines safety tips for you to act on whether at home, work, or school, or on the road.

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Knowing Your Location on a Map & Seasonal Weather Threats
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Knowing Your Location on a Map & Seasonal Weather Threats

Filed in Special Needs by on May 27, 2020 • views: 181

Do you know where you are on a map? It’s an important step in being weather-ready! Doing so will help you understand your forecast and tell when severe weather is heading your way.

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Severe Thunderstorm Safety
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Severe Thunderstorm Safety

Filed in Special Needs by on May 27, 2020 • views: 173

Severe thunderstorms can affect any part of the country and are dangerous in several different ways. Know what to do when severe thunderstorms are threatening your area, and be sure to understand severe weather ‘watches’ and ‘warnings.’

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Climate Central Presents “Climate Change: The Basics” views: 14

This outstanding video is produced by Climate Central’s meteorologist Sean Sublette.

The Final #Datapalooza Twitter Chat Will Be Held on Thursday, Oct. 1st at 12 pm views: 10

This year, @NOAASatellites will be holding its third annual #Datapalooza — a series of Twitter chats that aim to celebrate NOAA data while also making it more accessible.

What is WeatherReady Fest? views: 184

Learn how to be better prepared for a disaster with the Virtual WeatherReady Fest! Billion-dollar weather disasters are a regular occurrence today. The devastating impacts of extreme events like tornado outbreaks, widespread floods, destructive hurricanes, crippling droughts, deadly wildfires, and earthquakes can be reduced by teaching people useful preparedness and resilience techniques.

AccuWeather Ready: 3 Tips to Keep Your Pet Calm During a Thunderstorm views: 22

Even though thunderstorms are a regular weather occurrence, some pets just can’t handle them.