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Severe Weather

A weeping willow and swampy region in a blustery storm.

Severe weather can happen anytime, in any part of the country. Severe weather can include hazardous conditions produced by thunderstorms, including damaging winds, tornadoes, large hail, flooding and flash flooding, and winter storms associated with freezing rain, sleet, snow and strong winds.

Know your Risk

Understand the type of hazardous weather that affects you and your family where you live:

Take Action

Develop an emergency plan based on your local weather hazards and practice your plan.

Be a Force of Nature: Take the Next Step

  • Share your weather preparedness plan with friends and family
  • Share your severe weather preparedness tips on social media using the hashtag: #SevereWeatherPrep

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