Welcome to Winter Weather Awareness Week! The National Weather Service and I have partnered together to bring to you a series of videos to help you prepare for the winter season here in Georgia.
Today is Day 4 of Winter Weather Awareness Week, which relates closely to Day 3's topic of preparedness. Joining me today is Lans Rothfusz, who is the Warning Coordination Meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Peachtree City.
Here, Lans provides some safety tips and pointers in case you find yourself caught outside or stranded in your car during a winter storm.
Lans also provided tips for staying warm indoors in case the power goes out.
You can find information about the latest winter weather watches and warnings at www.weather.gov and also at www.gpb.org. In addition, the National Weather Service in Peachtree City is a great source for information about Winter Weather in Georgia, including climatology information and historical events.
I hope you have a wonderful and safe winter! Happy storm spotting!
Producer: Chrissy Warrilow
Director of Photography: Chris Pinder
Graphic Designs and Animations: Chris Ballard
Production Assistant: Kendra Holloway
Acknowledgements: Vaughn Smith, Laura Belanger, Lans Rothfusz, and all of the forecasters at the National Weather Service in Peachtree City, Georgia.
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Winter Weather Awareness Week Day 2: Types of Winter Weather Alerts
Winter Weather Awareness Week Day 3: Preparedness Before And During The Storm
Winter Weather Awareness Week Day 5: Winter Climatology