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Agency:

NOAA National Weather Service

Resource:

(NOAA NWS) NWS Year-Round Weather Safety Campaigns

Overview:

The aim of National Seasonal Safety Campaigns is to build a Weather-Ready Nation, one that is prepared for extreme weather, water, and climate events. Each campaign includes seasonal resources, which provide information vital for staying safe. Materials include websites, articles, social media, infographics, videos, and other content about weather hazards most common during the current season. All subject content can be freely shared. Materials for each campaign can be found by clicking the buttons at the top of the Safety Campaign webpage: http://www.weather.gov/safetycampaign. The Flood Safety Awareness webpage, located at http://www.floodsafety.noaa.gov, was designed to inform users on how to stay safe in a flood event. If one knows what to do before, during, and after a flood, an informed individual can increase his/her chances of survival. This website provides access to an interactive flood map, information describing different types of flooding, educational material, and NWS resources about potentially dangerous flooding situations. Additional flood topics of interest include Turn Around Don’t Drown, Historical State Flood Information, Flood Hazards, and NWS Flood Related Products. Information on technologies NWS uses to communicate weather and water hazards to the public, such as Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) All Hazards, and Mobile Weather, are available under the Information Tab.

Resource Website(s):

Safety Campaign
Flood Safety Tips and Resources

Keywords:

Individual/Household, Business, Local Government, State Government, Tribal, Preparing for Flood Response, Recovering from a Flood, Reducing Flood Risk (Mitigation), Data & Tools

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