Summer Heat Isn’t Far Away — Some Safety Tips Here to Tuck Away

With July 4th a day away, summer’s really starting to heat up for a lot of us. If you plan on spending a lot of time outside this weekend, it’s good to keep an eye out for heat-related illness. The New York Times does a good job outlining what to watch for and what to do. 

Keeping Your Cool – NYTimes.com.

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Thank You, Jeff

Jeff Piotrowski took a lot of time at ChaserCon recently talking about a subject many chasers don’t take the time to do: help those impacted by the storms we chase.

Storm Chasing ain’t bungee jumping.
We have a responsibility to our communities.

The thrill of the adrenaline rush, the chance for a few minutes of fame…none of it matters if an individual chaser chooses not to play a role in the Warning and Recovery systems. Thank you also, Stan Finger, for your article covering Jeff’s presentation. Please Read This Now.

NWS DDC MIC: “we’re due” for an active tornado season

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