Silver Lake and Ludington State Parks Now StormReady

On Tuesday, May 22nd, Meteorologists from NWS Grand Rapids designated Ludington State Park and Silver Lake State Park as StormReady State Parks in individual ceremonies at each of the parks. 

StormReady is a program in which NWS officials work with different types of communities (including cities, counties, universities, State Parks, etc...) in making sure that procedures during hazardous weather situations will help to protect the citizens of the communities. A communty is designated as StormReady once the NWS evaluates an application that is submitted by a community, and confirms the procedures on the application meet the standards set forth by the NWS for the size of the community.

 

Pictured above from left to right are: Elizabeth Reimink, Mason County Emergency Manager; Nathan Jeruzal, NWS Grand Rapids; Jim Gallie, Ludington State Park; Dan Adams, Ludington State Park; Dan Mullen, DNR Cadillac District; Jim Maczko, NWS Grand Rapids

Pictured above from left to right are: Jim Maczko, NWS Grand Rapids; Nathan Jeruzal, NWS Grand Rapids; Dan Mullen, DNR Cadillac District; Gregory Sherburn, Silver Lake State Park; Charlotte Kiefer, Silver Lake State Park; Tom Osborn, Oceana County Emergency Manager



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