Severe weather can happen at any time in Indiana but the Spring and Summer can be a particularly violent time for weather. Sudden changes in temperature and conditions usually mean violent storms – some capable of causing severe damage and threaten our personal safety. Take some time today to learn about severe weather in Indiana. Find out how to prepare yourself and your family. Once you’ve prepared, share what you’ve learned and done with your friends, neighbors and co-workers. Research has shown that individuals turn to their own social circles for information and advice. Help your friends and community prepare for the potential of severe weather this season.
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View the Allen County Commissioners Proclamation: Allen_County_Proclamatin.pdf.pdf
View Governor Pence's Proclamation: Severe_WX_Proc_2014.pdf
Important - while the drill will be sent using live TOR EAS coding (Tornado Warning), it is only a test, and will be postponed to Friday, March 21 if weather conditions warrant.
This is also Flood Safety Awareness Week in Indiana. Visit the National Weather Services Flood Safety page at http://www.floodsafety.noaa.gov/ for more information.
Visit our Partners in Preparedness pages for more information about Severe Weather Preparedness