Fog, particularly when dense, can be hazardous to drivers, mariners and aviators. Fog contributes to numerous travel accidents every year. Restrictions in visibility resulting from fog can also impact takeoff and landing procedures and requirements for pilots, and can be the cause of weather-related aviation delays. Thank you to the National Weather Service for making this information available to the public.
We've had some nasty flooding around here, so here's a reminder about how to stay safe in flooding situations. Thank you to NOAA and the National Weather Service as well as the Red Cross for making their information available to the public.
It is still hurricane season here in the US. Hurricane season runs from June 1 to September 30, but hurricanes can happen beyond those dates. Here is a roundup of information about hurricanes and how to stay safe, thanks to the National Weather Service, Red Cross, and NOAA.