Despite our going back and forth between winter and spring for the past couple of weeks, it is officially Severe Weather Awareness Week in Colorado. This week is designed to raise awareness about the different types of severe weather that impact here in Colorado. It is also designed to make known the different terminology when it comes to severe weather. Our good friends at the National Weather Service Office in Pueblo put out a lot of quality information each year at this time. To access that info, just simply click here: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/pub/?n=/severe_week.php
Severe weather season is fast approaching, and the time to make sure you are prepared is now!
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