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Severe Weather Awareness Week Begins in Kansas

The Topeka branch of the National Weather Service has partnered with the state Division of Emergency Management and county emergency officials to help remind Kansans of the weather hazards that often face the region in the spring and summer. Jillian Rodrigue (JILL-yun ROAD-rigg) is with Douglas County Emergency Management. She says that after the last few months of focusing on winter weather, Severe Weather Awareness Week is designed to help everyone get back in the habit of thinking about spring severe weather hazards. 

For more information on Severe Weather Awareness Week, visit weather.govthe National Weather Service state-by-state informational page, or the National Weather Service storm safety information page.  


Jillian Rodrigue talks about Severe Weather Awareness Week:

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