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Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has designated the week of November 13 through November 19, 2011 as West Virginia Winter Weather Awareness Week. The National Weather Service in Charleston, WV will take this opportunity to educate and remind all West Virginians of common hazards associated with the winter season. In addition, practical tips and information will be provided on how to keep safe throughout the upcoming winter.
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON WV
900 AM EST SAT NOV 19 2011
...TODAY IS THE FINAL DAY OF WINTER WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN WEST
LOOKING BACK AT WINTER WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...
THIS WEEK IS A REMINDER TO ALL CITIZENS TO MONITOR FORECASTS...
ADVISORIES...WATCHES...AND WARNINGS AS WE HEAD INTO ANOTHER WINTER
KNOWLEDGE OF WINTER WEATHER TERMS...WINTER TRAVEL SAFETY TIPS...HOW
TO KEEP YOUR HOME AND WORK SAFE...SIGNS OF FROSTBITE AND
HYPOTHERMIA...AND SCHOOL SAFETY CAN ALLOW YOU TO PLAN AHEAD.
ADVANCED PREPARATION WILL HELP YOU AVOID THE PITFALLS THAT CAN
ACCOMPANY WINTER WEATHER.
BE SURE TO LISTEN TO NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO OR YOUR FAVORITE
RADIO...TELEVISION...OR CABLE TELEVISION STATION FOR THE LATEST
WEATHER CONDITIONS AND FORECASTS BEFORE HEADINGS OUTDOORS THIS
WINTER. YOU CAN ALWAYS LOOK ONLINE AT HTTP://WEATHER.GOV FOR YOUR
FORECAST TOO. HAVE A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE WINTER SEASON.