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Excessive Heat Continues in the Southwest

Temperatures across the Desert Southwest could exceed 115 degrees once again today. A cold front will drop temperatures somewhat across the Pacific Northwest, but gusty winds will create high fire danger across the Great Basin, Utah and interior Northwest. Elsewhere, severe thunderstorms are possible across the central and northern plains. Read More >

 

NWS Birmingham's Outreach and Community Activities


 

NWS Bullet Stories from April 27, 2011 - NWS Birmingham, NWS Huntsville 2016.
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NWS Birmingham Recognizes Co-Op Observers for their Dedicated Service - Goggins, Gary, 2013.
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We had a Blast Attending National Preparedness Month Events! Click for Photos - BMX Staff, 2013.
NWS Bullet High Water Mark Sign Unveiled in Wetumpka, Alabama - Unger, Scott, and Roger McNeil, 2013.
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Success!! The 2013 NWS Birmingham Open House - Unger, Scott, 2013.
NWS Bullet High Water Mark Sign Revealed in Montgomery - McNeil, Roger, 2011.
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Celebrating 50 Years of Dedicated Service in Selma - Unger, Scott, 2011.
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2010 Open House a Big Success! - Unger, Scott, 2010.
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High Water Mark Sign Unveiled at Selma - McNeil, Roger, 2010.
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HAM Radio Appreciation Fish Fry - Staff, 2009.
NWS Bullet Weather Safety & Awareness Day at Quintard Mall 2008 - Unger, Scott, 2008.
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Talladega County & Superspeedway Recognized as StormReady® - Jones, Darone, 2007.
NWS Bullet Amateur Radio Field Day - June 24, 2006 - BMX Staff, 2006.
NWS Bullet Benjamin Franklin Award Presented - BMX Staff, 2006.
NWS Bullet Emergency Managers Weather School 2005 - BMX Staff, 2005.
NWS Bullet Weather Awareness Day at Quintard Mall 2005 - Jones, Darone and Ken Lorek, 2005.
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First Flood Ready Community - Wadley, Alabama - BMX Staff, 2004.
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Weather Awareness Day at Eastdale Mall 2003 - BMX Staff, 2003.
NWS Bullet Weather Awareness Day at the Summit 2002 - Westland, J., Darone Jones and Ken Lorek, 2002.