Getting lost in the shuffle of winter during April, is Severe Weather Awareness Week. Each year to increase severe weather awareness and education, the National Weather Service colaborates with the media to provide knowledge to the public. Our good friends at the National Weather Service Office in Pueblo, created a page that hits on just about every mode of severe weather. With thunderstorm season right around the corner, I urge you to check out some of the topics so you are prepared for the upcoming severe weather season.
Check it out here: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/pub/?n=/severe_week.php
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