Greetings everyone! I hope this week’s post finds all of you well. Along with several interesting reads, let’s continue with winter weather safety information this week…so let’s get started.
- If you’ve ever wondered where on Earth does the sun rise first, here’s a good read to help you find out.
- Here’s yet another spectacular image from the Orion space capsule.
- Here are ten thought provoking images of nature in crisis.
- Using air conditioning in a stadium is possible, but considering the consequences, is it sustainable?
- This is a goal that may not be reached in time. “COP15 target to reverse biodiversity loss by 2030 is ‘unrealistic.’”
- Thought provoking read. “Why knowing your neighbors could save you in the next climate disaster.” Across the USA, communities are relying on mutual aid as a safeguard against extreme weather.
- Here is this week’s update on the USA Drought Monitor. In spite of minor improvements, dry or drought conditions continue to persist across much of the contiguous USA with moderate to severe drought spreading from the Great Lakes region to the deep south.
WINTER WEATHER PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY
- If you’re looking for winter weather preparedness and safety information, here’s an excellent website for everything you need to know for before and after the storm. This all inclusive website from NOAA and the National Weather Service will help you prepare for the storm and tell you how to stay safe afterwards. The infographics below will also help you prepare an emergency kit and advise discretion when encountering questionable weather information/forecasts/hyperbole while visiting websites and using social media. Forecasting winter weather is one of the most daunting challenges that even the most seasoned meteorologist will face. With that in mind, it would behoove us all to stay flexible and prepare to change plans at short notice if the forecast changes.
That’s a wrap for this post! Thanks to everyone for stopping by. A big ‘Thank You’ to all of you who pay this website a visit and my followers in social media. If you’re on Twitter, Tumblr, Mastodon, Instagram, or Facebook, let’s connect!
See you next Saturday!
Media inquiries: email@example.com
Please note: queries regarding marketing, promotions, sales schemes, prizes, or papers/research that have not been under & approved by scientific peer review will not be accepted.
Copyright © 1998 – 2022 Tornado Quest, LLC