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Welcome to meteorological spring!

For those of you in the know, today is the first day of meteorological spring, although it certainly has felt like spring for most of the last month. Enjoy the warmer weather and remember that spring is the most likely season for severe weather in the Southeast, although it can…
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CoCoRaHS March Madness begins!

March is the traditional month for recruiting new volunteer precipitation observers to the Community Collaborative Rain Hail and Snow Network, usually called CoCoRaHS. Every year they run a contest to see which state can recruit the most new observers. Usually North Carolina leads the Southeast, followed by Florida, while other…
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Georgia Severe Weather Preparedness Week February 5-9

Here’s a notice of the upcoming Severe Weather Preparedness Week from our friends at the NWS office in Peachtree City: Beginning next week (Monday, February 5), with support from our state emergency management partners (GEMA), we will recognize Severe Weather Preparedness Week for the state of Georgia.  Each day (through…
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Webinar: Thursday Jan. 25 on storm surge

The CoCoRaHS webinar series is starting off in 2018 with a talk on storm surge modeling and how coastal communities are preparing for future storm surges. The webinar will be held on Thursday January 25 at 1:05 PM EST. Ironically, it was postponed from last fall due to Hurricane Irma….
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