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NWS Cleveland Nov 15
It may have been many years since you’ve seen an equation like this one, but the solution can be dangerous! When it is windy, air speeds up heat loss on our skin by whisking away the warmth. As a result, it feels colder than the actual air temperature!
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NWS Cleveland Nov 14
Precipitation type forecasting is one of the most difficult parts of winter weather. That's why we need your help! Let us know if you're getting snow, sleet, rain, freezing rain, or a mix at your location all winter long through the mPING app! Download today.
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NWS Northern Indiana Nov 3
We'll be posting for MI week this week. To start, lets give you an indication of how far ahead of time it's worth beginning to consider preparing for forecast snow amounts. Any snowfall forecasts you see beyond 2-4 days should be taken with a grain of salt.
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NWS Northern Indiana Nov 20
Measuring snow is something to be taken seriously. There have been reports that have been thrown out due to improper measurement techniques or a bad snow measurement location. To address this issue, here are a few slides on how to measure snow properly.
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Go Your Own Way Jul 27
Onesie No. 3 Adventures are the best way to learn... size 13yrs
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Shree Dec 29
Blow the cobwebs and turkey away-outdoor net with youngest lovely weather
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NWS Northern Indiana Nov 4
Here is an idealized timeline for when you can expect information about impending hazardous weather. Due to the scale of the impacts and causes, winter weather can often receive headlines earlier than severe weather.
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NWS Marquette Oct 4
Our Observation Program Leader took advantage of the drier weather today and put in the snow stakes we will use throughout the winter to keep track of our snow depth!
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Progressive 11 Dec 18
Caulking doesn’t last forever, so be sure to check it before winter hits. Even though caulk is meant to expand, gaps can still open up. Read here for more tips on how to protect your house from snow, ice and water.
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CDC Emergency Jan 28
Know before you go. Monitor radio & TV, & follow your local Forecast Office for watches & warnings before leaving home. Learn more:
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ElectriCities of NC Nov 26
Warm, warmer…yikes, too warm! : Turn portable heaters off when leaving the room or going to bed. Get more heating safety tips for your
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NWS Little Rock 6 Dec 18
Today's Topic for Winter Weather Awareness Week is Safety Rules and the best way to survive a winter storm and prepare for hazards of winter weather.
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American Water 2 Jan 19
The relatively warm winter won't last forever, check out some tips on how to prepare your pipes before the cold weather finally hits for and
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PA Emergency Management Agency Nov 15
weather (snow, ice, wind & cold temps) can be dangerous, especially for older adults. ❄️🌬 Check on your older neighbors, friends & family members to make sure they’re healthy & safe during the winter months. Learn more ➡️ .
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NWS Mobile Jan 29
❄️🌨 Winter weather and cold weather tips for your pets and large animals 🐱🐶🐴
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NewMexicoNomad Oct 13
Freezer is loaded. Backup freezer is loaded. I'm ready for winter.
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Steve Loveday Nov 16
I’m feelin good about my decision to pepper my turf with these two over the past month and a half. Winter is coming in hot; not in the literal way.
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NWS Jackson MS Oct 25
Checklist: ✅ Make sure pipes are insulated properly. ✅ Close off unneeded rooms and place towels in the cracks under doors. ✅ Bring your pets indoors or at least give them proper shelter. ✅ Review generator safety. ✅ Make sure to have a fully charged phone.
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Avenza Maps Jan 18
Here are some tips for those looking to safely enjoy this winter season -
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