Winter Weather Awareness Day 2007
Summer has come and gone across the Central Plains, meaning now is the time to focus attention to winter weather and the dangers it can pose to life and property. The National Weather Service, along with the state of Kansas, has declared Wednesday, November 14, as Winter Weather Awareness Day. This day is being used as an opportunity to get information out to the public about winter weather, its impacts, and how to protect life and property.
Why Talk About Winter Weather?
It is very important to be prepared in case a winter storm strikes, and everyone should create a plan for what you and your family will do in case of a storm. Having your car fully checked and winterized, along with having supplies available if you are stranded for a period of time in your home or at work, are things that should be done before each winter season arrives.
For more information about Winter Weather and how to prepare, visit the links below.