Video Classics from NWS Brownsville

Oldies but Goodies
During the 2005 and 2006 hurricane and severe weather seasons, staff at NWS Brownsville created several handy multimedia briefings, with audio voice overlaying photos, charts, and other graphics, to help promote weather awareness and safety, ranging from severe weather and hurricanes to flash flooding, storm spotting, and NOAA Weather Radio. Though these videos are a bit dated – they do not include data from 2008’s Dolly or Ike – much of the information is timeless and still worth a look, and listen, today. The following offerings are available, in Microsoft® Windows Media format, and in Real® Media format for RealPlayer®.

Hurricane Awareness Multimedia Presentations (circa 2005)
Windows® Media (.wmv) Real® Media (.rm)

Severe Weather Awareness Multimedia Presentations (circa 2006)
Windows® Media (.wmv) Real® Media (.rm)

Other Multimedia Presentations
Windows® Media (.wmv) Real® Media (.rm)
Rip Current Safety (courtesy KVEO-TV 23)
Rip Current Safety (courtesy KVEO-TV 23)
2004 Christmas Snow (courtesy KVEO-TV 23)
2004 Christmas Snow (courtesy KVEO-TV 23)
Weather Myths (courtesy KVEO-TV 23)
Weather Myths (courtesy KVEO-TV 23)

Public Service Announcements
English en Español

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