Are You Ready for Mother Nature?
You do not need to take any action during the drill. However, officials encourage you to become familiar with safety rules and make plans to protect yourself and your family when storms develop. If an actual tornado warning was issued, it means a tornado has been sighted or indicated on radar and people should take shelter immediately. Tornado warnings are disseminated through NOAA weather radio, local television and radio stations, cable television systems, and outdoor warning sirens.
This information is provided in order to inform you on the different types of severe weather we have in Wyoming and also to provide safety information related to each type. Click on one of the tabs above to learn more.
Monday, April 10: NWS Watch and Warning Program & Climatology
Tuesday, April 11: Planning for a Natural Disaster & All Hazards NOAA Weather Radio
Wednesday, April 12: Severe Weather Safety & The Statewide Tornado Drill - 10:30 a.m.
Thursday, April 13: Lightning Facts & Safety
Friday, April 14: Fire Weather
Wyoming is served by five National Weather Service offices. We issue watches and warnings for the protection of life and property. For additional information, contact your local NWS office: