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Severe Weather Awareness Week is April 13 - 17, 2015
Statewide Tornado Drill day is Thursday April 16. The Outdoor Warning Sirens, NOAA Weather Radios, and Emergency Alert System will sound test alerts twice that day to provide you an opportunity to practice your plans:
First alert | 1:45 p.m. | allows schools and businesses to practice their severe weather procedures during normal business hours
Second alert | 6:55 p.m. | allows families and households to practice their plans at home
For more information about severe weather awareness week | Ramsey County Emergency Management on facebook | Minnesota Department of Public Safety | National Weather Service
Are you interested in severe weather?
Want to know more about how to recognize severe storms and stay safe?
Interested in becoming an official volunteer Storm Spotter for the National Weather Service?
Then Skywarn training is for you!
Class registration is open now with classes available from early spring to early summer throughout the metro. If you’re an amateur radio operator and would like to use your ham radio to send in reports, make sure you take one of the Metro Skywarn classes to gain access to the official repeaters. General certification classes are put on by the National Weather Service throughout the state.
Help for Minnesota Residents Affected by June 2014 Floods
Minnesota Housing provides loans up to $70,000 if your home or rental property was damaged in the June floods. Funds are for capital improvements that return the home to pre-disaster or comparable condition. Visit Minnesota Housing Finance Agency for loan information | Flyer (pdf)