A Walker County school has hundreds of new helmets to help protect their heads while bracing for a tornado. Related: Severe Weather Awareness Week
Gov. Robert Bentley is joining other state officials and representatives from the National Weather Service to promote Alabama’s tax-free weekend for purchasing severe weather preparedness supplies.
Severe Weather Awareness Week wraps up with a severe weather sales tax holiday this Friday through Sunday. For a complete list of severe weather related items you can stock up on, click here.
As a part of Severe Weather Awareness Week, CBS42′s Weather Team wants you to understand all the necessary tips for staying safe in severe weather.
CBS42 Meteorologist Mark Prater shows you how to program a weather radio.
New and improved equipment from the National Weather Service is helping meteorologist pass along better warnings. It is also helping the weather service reduce the number of times they issue warnings for storms that don’t produce any severe weather.
This is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Alabama. It is a time to review some of the basics before storm season gets going. Whenever there’s a threat, There are two basic terms that everyone should know, but they can sometimes even confuse storm pros.
February 16-21st, is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Alabama. Learn more about the week from the National Weather Service, here.
Today, someone in the newsroom asked CBS42′s Gene Norman 5 questions about the cold and snow that many will remember for a long time.