Weather Info and Resources
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SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
A reminder and a refresher of the types of severe weather that can happen in our area. While we may not have severe weather as often as other areas of the Country, it can happen here.
More information on severe weather awareness week
Current pollen levels and allergy forecast
Information on severe weather including thunderstorms, tornadoes, and flooding and how to be prepared
Local river levels - observations - and forecasts
Precipitation anomalies- soil moisture
Report a fireball and more space links
Monthly and yearly averages - Weather Extremes - Climate Data - Historical Weather Events
Weather links and resources based on seasonal information
Spring leaf index, Spring flooding outlook, Hummingbird migration and all things spring
Rip Currents, Water Temps, UV Index
Winter Forecast, Seasonal snowfall data, current snow depth and more
Rebuilding from Disaster
This is a once a month series which will focus on a weather disaster, and how communities come together to rebuild or move on.
Rebuilding From Disaster
Back in August 2020, Staunton saw a historic flash flood event.
A record hurricane season caused chaos for the Gulf Coast in 2020
A powerful thunderstorm complex in August of 2020 destroyed at least a billion dollars in agriculture across parts of Iowa.
A small Tennessee town tries to move forward after a tornado killed 19 people in March of 2020.
FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY