At WeatherNation, we're committed to educating and informing our viewers of all of the threats severe weather can bring. On March 1, the National Weather Service
initiates their campaign to prepare us for all
of the hazards the Spring season can bring. Severe storms can happen anywhere in the U.S. at any time. Each day through the first week of March, we'll highlight different aspects of hazardous severe thunderstorms and what you need to know to stay safe.
In case you missed it, here's what we've already covered this week:
March 1st - Tornadoes
March 2nd - Wind & Hail
March 3rd - Thunderstorms
In addition to hail, wind and tornadoes, flooding often accompanies spring thunderstorms.
Get your home and family ready now, before flooding strikes!
River flooding, areal flooding, and flash flooding: different types of one of the deadliest natural disasters in the United States. Meteorologist Chelsea Ambriz explains the difference between the three.
Flooding isn't just about rising water. Meteorologist Steve Glazier tells us about the various dangers that flood waters can bring.
Flooding is the second biggest weather related killer in the U.S. John Van Pelt highlights ways to stay safe during heavy rain and flooding events.
Do you know why rain rates play an important role in forecasting flash flooding? Meteorologist Patrick Crawford explains.
The Weather Prediction Center is responsible for forecasting and tracking significant weather events that include flooding. Here on WeatherNation, you'll see us using their Excessive Rainfall Outlook to communicate the potential intensity of a flooding threat. Here's how to read it and use it to know what's coming your way.