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for severe weather using reliable weather forecasts, weather maps, and storm
tracking in order to promote public safety and save lives
Always check the weather before you travel.
Weather, rain, snow, fog and wind are all part of our climate.
Severe weather events such as tornados, tropical storms, hurricanes,
cyclones, lightning strikes and extreme weather affect us all. In
addition to weather forecasts are ozone levels, changing climate conditions
and solar winds. Weather warnings are important forecasts because they are
used to protect life and property. Forecasts based on draught and
precipitation are important to agriculture. People use weather forecasts to
determine what to wear on a given day or to plan events. Since outdoor
activities are severely curtailed by heavy rain, snow and the wind chill,
forecasts can be used to plan activities around these events, and to plan
ahead and survive them. The climate is the common, average weather
conditions at a particular place over a long period of time. Weather history
and weather records and averages are used to determine the climate of a
particular part of the world.
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liability for quality, performance and fitness
for a particular
purpose arising out of the use, or inability to use the forecast.. The tropical
cyclone forecasts presented at this site are intended to convey only general
information on current storms and
must not be used to make life or death decisions or decisions relating to
the protection of property: the data may not be accurate. If you are in the
path of a storm you should be listening
to official information sources.
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to the memory of Major Oscar Singer, Author of
The Revolution in the Understanding of Weather.
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