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Severe Weather Awareness Week in Kansas: Preparedness Is Key


This week, the National Weather Service and regional emergency officials have been encouraging people to think about weather safety and preparedness. Jillian Rodrigue (ROAD-rig) is with Douglas County Emergency Management. She says Severe Weather Awareness week isn't designed to frighten anyone -- it's designed to help members of the community work together and share their experiences to make better decisions in times of crisis.  

For more information about public safety, weather readiness and emergency preparedness, visit the Department of Homeland Security websitethe Kansas Adjutant General's website, the Kansas Division of Emergency Management, and NOAA's Weather-Ready Nation