Tornado Quest Top Science Links For April 22 – 29, 2023 #science #weather #climate #tornado #drought #wildfire #astronomy

Hello to one and all. I’m glad you stopped by. Up until a few days ago, it’s been a very active severe weather season across the USA. Even though we may be in a bit of respite, indications are that all severe hazards will continue for many weeks. Therefore, I will continue this week with more severe weather preparedness infographics for you which included tornado safety. As usual, we’ll take a look at the latest US Drought Monitor. Let’s get started.

Photo by Andriy Nestruiev:
Infographic courtesy USDA/NOAA/NDMC


Infographic courtesy NWS
Infographic courtesy NWS Norman, OK
This important infographic focuses on winter weather and social media. However, it also applies to ANY weather conditions that occur years round regardless of where you live. Remember that your NOAA weather radio, local NWS Office, and the broadcast meteorologists of your choice are always the best choices for all types of weather…from clement to life threatening situations.
Infographic courtesy NWS Fort Worth, TX

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