NWS Campaigns
NWS Campaigns
The mission of the National Weather Service (NWS) is to protect life and property. The NWS is trying to spread the word about the most deadly thunderstorm hazards... flooding/flash flooding and lightning.
 
Lightning, Flooding and More
 
Flood Safety Awareness Week

Flood Safety Awareness Week (March 16-22, 2014): Flooding/flash flooding claims more lives across the U.S. than any other thunderstorm hazard (including lightning and tornadoes). To check out the facts, click here.

 
Air Quality Index logo

Air Quality Awareness Week (April 28-May 2, 2014): Understanding air pollution and finding ways to keep the air clean should be top priorities. To find out how you can help, click here.

 
Safe Boating Week

Safe Boating Week (May 17-23, 2014): If you are headed out on the water, checking the weather and carrying a life jacket are a couple of ways to stay safe. For other ideas, click here.

 
Lightning Safety Awareness Week

Lightning Safety Awareness Week (June 22-28, 2014): In the last thirty years, lightning was responsible for more than fifty fatalities annually across the U.S. The National Weather Service is trying to spread the word about the dangers of lightning. For more information, click here.

 
Turn Around Don't Drown logo

"Turn Around Don't Drown" TM: Have you ever tried to drive through high water to reach your destination? This is not considered a good idea. To learn more, click here.

 

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