Alabama All-Hazards Awareness Booklet

The following is the electronic version of the Alabama All Hazards Awareness booklet that is distributed statewide through emergency management and public safety agencies. The electronic version is in PDF format, and requires the freely available Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print.

 

2013 Severe Weather Awareness Booklet Cover

 

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Entire Document: (2013 Version is 10.6 MB)

Page 2 - A Message from Governor Bentley and AEMA Director Art Faulkner
Page 3 - Table of Contents
Page 4 - Your Emergency Management Agency
Page 5 - Storm Based Warnings
Page 6 & Page 7 - Remembering April 27, 2011
Page 8 - Awareness and Preparedness
Page 9 - Personal Emergency Information Sheets
Page 10 - How to Get Weather Information
Page 11 - The Voice of the National Weather Service
Page 12 - Where to Find the NWS
Page 13 - Storm Spotters
Page 14 - Thunderstorms
Page 15 - Lightning
Page 16 - Tornadoes
Page 17 - Damaging Winds
Page 18 - Hurricanes
Page 19 - Hurricane Forecasts
Page 20 - Hurricane Impacts
Page 21 - Hurricane Preparation
Page 22 & Page 23 - Hurricane Evacuations
Page 24 - Contraflow
Page 25 - Rip Currents
Page 26 - Flooding
Page 27 - Flood Safety
Page 28 - Winter Weather
Page 29 - Winter Safety
Page 30 - Winter Precipitation
Page 31 - Extreme Heat
Page 32 - Drought
Page 33 - Earthquakes
Page 34 - Tornadoes by County
Page 35 - Tornado Charts
Page 36 - Safety after the Storm
Page 37 - Contacts for more Information

 


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