At WeatherNation, we're committed to educating and informing our viewers of all of the threats severe weather can bring. Each day through the first week of March, we'll highlight different aspects of hazardous spring weather, including 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
March 4th - Flooding
March 5th - Forecasting
PREPARATION & SAFETY
Nocturnal severe thunderstorms present a unique, and elevated danger. Meteorologist Erik Kostrzewa explains.
There are many things you can do to help your family get ready for severe weather season. Meteorologist Patrick Crawford walks us through a helpful checklist for Severe Weather Awareness Week.
In severe weather situations, having multiple ways to get watch and warning information can mean the difference between life and death.
In this week's special edition of "Building a Weather-Ready Nation," John Van Pelt talks with Doug Hilderbrand about what it means to be a "Force of Nature."
Do you know the difference between a Watch and a Warning? And what to do if one is issued for your area? We've got you covered.