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NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-280400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
830 AM MDT FRI MAR 27 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS FRIDAY AND MARKS THE LAST DAY FOR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
WEEK IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES.  SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51. OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014, 81
PERCENT WERE MALE, 54 PERCENT OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49 PERCENT
WERE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23 PERCENT WERE NEAR TREES, 23
PERCENT WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE NUMBER OF LIGHTNING INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR GREATER THAN
REPORTED, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP AND DOCTORS DO NOT
ALWAYS RECORD LIGHTNING INJURIES.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING SUFFER
FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY
LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A
STURDY BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY.  ONCE INSIDE,
DO NOT STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE
CORDED TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER,
AND DO NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY
AWAY FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES.  GET OFF OF TRACTORS
OR OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT.  GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN
WATER.  STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL
OBJECTS.  TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA ALL
HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATION.
MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH AS
DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.


$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 271432 CCA
PNSCYS

NOUS45 KCYS 271241
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-280400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
830 AM MDT FRI MAR 27 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS FRIDAY AND MARKS THE LAST DAY FOR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
WEEK IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES.  SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51. OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014, 81
PERCENT WERE MALE, 54 PERCENT OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49 PERCENT
WERE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23 PERCENT WERE NEAR TREES, 23
PERCENT WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE NUMBER OF LIGHTNING INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR GREATER THAN
REPORTED, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP AND DOCTORS DO NOT
ALWAYS RECORD LIGHTNING INJURIES.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING SUFFER
FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY
LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A
STURDY BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY.  ONCE INSIDE,
DO NOT STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE
CORDED TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER,
AND DO NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY
AWAY FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES.  GET OFF OF TRACTORS
OR OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT.  GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN
WATER.  STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL
OBJECTS.  TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA ALL
HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATION.
MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH AS
DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.


$$




000
NOUS45 KCYS 271244 CCA
PNSCYS

NOUS45 KCYS 271241
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-280400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
644 AM MDT FRI MAR 27 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS FRIDAY AND MARKS THE LAST DAY FOR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
WEEK IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES.  SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A
STURDY BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY.  ONCE INSIDE,
DO NOT STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE
CORDED TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER,
AND DO NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY
AWAY FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES.  GET OFF OF TRACTORS
OR OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT.  GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN
WATER.  STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL
OBJECTS.  TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.


$$




000
NOUS45 KCYS 271244 CCA
PNSCYS

NOUS45 KCYS 271241
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-280400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
644 AM MDT FRI MAR 27 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS FRIDAY AND MARKS THE LAST DAY FOR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
WEEK IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES.  SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A
STURDY BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY.  ONCE INSIDE,
DO NOT STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE
CORDED TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER,
AND DO NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY
AWAY FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES.  GET OFF OF TRACTORS
OR OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT.  GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN
WATER.  STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL
OBJECTS.  TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.


$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 271241
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-280400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
641 AM MDT FRI MAR 27 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS FRIDAY AND MARKS THE LAST SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES.  SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A
STURDY BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY.  ONCE INSIDE,
DO NOT STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE
CORDED TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER,
AND DO NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY
AWAY FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES.  GET OFF OF TRACTORS
OR OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT.  GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN
WATER.  STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL
OBJECTS.  TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.


$$




000
NOUS45 KCYS 271241
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-280400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
641 AM MDT FRI MAR 27 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS FRIDAY AND MARKS THE LAST SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES.  SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A
STURDY BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY.  ONCE INSIDE,
DO NOT STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE
CORDED TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER,
AND DO NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY
AWAY FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES.  GET OFF OF TRACTORS
OR OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT.  GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN
WATER.  STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL
OBJECTS.  TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.


$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 271241
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-280400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
641 AM MDT FRI MAR 27 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS FRIDAY AND MARKS THE LAST SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES.  SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A
STURDY BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY.  ONCE INSIDE,
DO NOT STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE
CORDED TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER,
AND DO NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY
AWAY FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES.  GET OFF OF TRACTORS
OR OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT.  GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN
WATER.  STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL
OBJECTS.  TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.


$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 271241
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-280400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
641 AM MDT FRI MAR 27 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS FRIDAY AND MARKS THE LAST SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES.  SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A
STURDY BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY.  ONCE INSIDE,
DO NOT STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE
CORDED TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER,
AND DO NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY
AWAY FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES.  GET OFF OF TRACTORS
OR OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT.  GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN
WATER.  STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL
OBJECTS.  TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.


$$




000
NOUS45 KCYS 261504 CCA
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-270400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
900 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS THURSDAY AND MARKS THE 4TH DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES THROUGH FRIDAY,
MARCH 27TH.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET POTENTIALLY
LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS THE TIME FOR
PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED FOR SEVERE
WEATHER SEASON.

TODAY`S TOPIC IS FLASH FLOODING.

ON AVERAGE, MORE PEOPLE ARE KILLED BY FLOODING THAN BY ANY OTHER
SINGLE SEVERE WEATHER HAZARD, INCLUDING TORNADOES, LIGHTNING, AND
HURRICANES.  MOST OF THESE DEATHS OCCUR WHEN PEOPLE ARE TRAPPED IN
THEIR VEHICLES, AND AT NIGHT, WHEN IT IS MORE DIFFICULT TO RECOGNIZE
FLOOD DANGERS.

IF A FLASH FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED, OR WHEN FLASH FLOODING IS
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING, ACT QUICKLY TO PROTECT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
GET OUT OF AREAS THAT ARE SUBJECT TO FLOODING AND MOVE TO A SAFE
AREA BEFORE ACCESS IS CUT OFF BY FLOOD WATERS.  LOW SPOTS SUCH AS
DIPS, CANYONS, AND WASHES ARE NOT THE PLACES YOU WANT TO BE DURING
FLOODING.  IF YOU ARE ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY AND
REMEMBER THE FOLLOWING SAFETY TIPS.

DO NOT DRIVE IF NOT NECESSARY.  IF DRIVING IS NECESSARY, DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO DRIVE OVER A FLOODED ROAD OR THROUGH FLOWING WATER.  THE
DEPTH OF THE WATER IS NOT ALWAYS OBVIOUS, AND THE ROADWAY MAY NO
LONGER BE INTACT UNDER THE WATER.  NEVER DRIVE AROUND A BARRICADE,
AS THEY ARE PLACED THERE FOR YOUR PROTECTION.  IF YOUR VEHICLE
STALLS, LEAVE IT IMMEDIATELY AND MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND BEFORE WATER
SWEEPS YOU AND YOUR VEHICLE AWAY.  TWO FEET OF QUICKLY MOVING WATER
IS ENOUGH TO FLOAT AND SWEEP AWAY MOST VEHICLES, INCLUDING TRUCKS
AND SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES.  IF YOU APPROACH A ROADWAY THAT IS
FLOODED, TURN AROUND, DON`T DROWN.

NEVER TRY TO WALK, SWIM, OR PLAY IN FLOOD WATER.  YOU MAY NOT BE
ABLE TO DETERMINE IF THERE ARE HOLES OR SUBMERGED DEBRIS.  YOU MAY
NOT BE ABLE TO DETERMINE HOW QUICKLY THE WATER IS FLOWING, AND YOU
MAY BE SWEPT AWAY.  IF THE WATER IS MOVING QUICKLY, AS LITTLE AS SIX
INCHES OF WATER CAN KNOCK YOU OFF YOUR FEET.  THERE IS ALSO A DANGER
OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS POLLUTING THE WATER.  ALSO REMEMBER THAT
WATER IS AN ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR, AND IF THERE ARE POWER LINES DOWN,
THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF ELECTROCUTION.  BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT
NIGHT WHEN IT IS HARDER TO RECOGNIZE FLOOD DANGERS.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA WEATHER
RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATION.  MAKE
SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH AS DARKENING
SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.

$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 261504 CCA
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-270400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
900 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS THURSDAY AND MARKS THE 4TH DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES THROUGH FRIDAY,
MARCH 27TH.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET POTENTIALLY
LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS THE TIME FOR
PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED FOR SEVERE
WEATHER SEASON.

TODAY`S TOPIC IS FLASH FLOODING.

ON AVERAGE, MORE PEOPLE ARE KILLED BY FLOODING THAN BY ANY OTHER
SINGLE SEVERE WEATHER HAZARD, INCLUDING TORNADOES, LIGHTNING, AND
HURRICANES.  MOST OF THESE DEATHS OCCUR WHEN PEOPLE ARE TRAPPED IN
THEIR VEHICLES, AND AT NIGHT, WHEN IT IS MORE DIFFICULT TO RECOGNIZE
FLOOD DANGERS.

IF A FLASH FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED, OR WHEN FLASH FLOODING IS
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING, ACT QUICKLY TO PROTECT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
GET OUT OF AREAS THAT ARE SUBJECT TO FLOODING AND MOVE TO A SAFE
AREA BEFORE ACCESS IS CUT OFF BY FLOOD WATERS.  LOW SPOTS SUCH AS
DIPS, CANYONS, AND WASHES ARE NOT THE PLACES YOU WANT TO BE DURING
FLOODING.  IF YOU ARE ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY AND
REMEMBER THE FOLLOWING SAFETY TIPS.

DO NOT DRIVE IF NOT NECESSARY.  IF DRIVING IS NECESSARY, DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO DRIVE OVER A FLOODED ROAD OR THROUGH FLOWING WATER.  THE
DEPTH OF THE WATER IS NOT ALWAYS OBVIOUS, AND THE ROADWAY MAY NO
LONGER BE INTACT UNDER THE WATER.  NEVER DRIVE AROUND A BARRICADE,
AS THEY ARE PLACED THERE FOR YOUR PROTECTION.  IF YOUR VEHICLE
STALLS, LEAVE IT IMMEDIATELY AND MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND BEFORE WATER
SWEEPS YOU AND YOUR VEHICLE AWAY.  TWO FEET OF QUICKLY MOVING WATER
IS ENOUGH TO FLOAT AND SWEEP AWAY MOST VEHICLES, INCLUDING TRUCKS
AND SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES.  IF YOU APPROACH A ROADWAY THAT IS
FLOODED, TURN AROUND, DON`T DROWN.

NEVER TRY TO WALK, SWIM, OR PLAY IN FLOOD WATER.  YOU MAY NOT BE
ABLE TO DETERMINE IF THERE ARE HOLES OR SUBMERGED DEBRIS.  YOU MAY
NOT BE ABLE TO DETERMINE HOW QUICKLY THE WATER IS FLOWING, AND YOU
MAY BE SWEPT AWAY.  IF THE WATER IS MOVING QUICKLY, AS LITTLE AS SIX
INCHES OF WATER CAN KNOCK YOU OFF YOUR FEET.  THERE IS ALSO A DANGER
OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS POLLUTING THE WATER.  ALSO REMEMBER THAT
WATER IS AN ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR, AND IF THERE ARE POWER LINES DOWN,
THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF ELECTROCUTION.  BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT
NIGHT WHEN IT IS HARDER TO RECOGNIZE FLOOD DANGERS.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA WEATHER
RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATION.  MAKE
SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH AS DARKENING
SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.

$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 261504 CCA
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-270400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
900 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS THURSDAY AND MARKS THE 4TH DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES THROUGH FRIDAY,
MARCH 27TH.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET POTENTIALLY
LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS THE TIME FOR
PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED FOR SEVERE
WEATHER SEASON.

TODAY`S TOPIC IS FLASH FLOODING.

ON AVERAGE, MORE PEOPLE ARE KILLED BY FLOODING THAN BY ANY OTHER
SINGLE SEVERE WEATHER HAZARD, INCLUDING TORNADOES, LIGHTNING, AND
HURRICANES.  MOST OF THESE DEATHS OCCUR WHEN PEOPLE ARE TRAPPED IN
THEIR VEHICLES, AND AT NIGHT, WHEN IT IS MORE DIFFICULT TO RECOGNIZE
FLOOD DANGERS.

IF A FLASH FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED, OR WHEN FLASH FLOODING IS
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING, ACT QUICKLY TO PROTECT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
GET OUT OF AREAS THAT ARE SUBJECT TO FLOODING AND MOVE TO A SAFE
AREA BEFORE ACCESS IS CUT OFF BY FLOOD WATERS.  LOW SPOTS SUCH AS
DIPS, CANYONS, AND WASHES ARE NOT THE PLACES YOU WANT TO BE DURING
FLOODING.  IF YOU ARE ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY AND
REMEMBER THE FOLLOWING SAFETY TIPS.

DO NOT DRIVE IF NOT NECESSARY.  IF DRIVING IS NECESSARY, DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO DRIVE OVER A FLOODED ROAD OR THROUGH FLOWING WATER.  THE
DEPTH OF THE WATER IS NOT ALWAYS OBVIOUS, AND THE ROADWAY MAY NO
LONGER BE INTACT UNDER THE WATER.  NEVER DRIVE AROUND A BARRICADE,
AS THEY ARE PLACED THERE FOR YOUR PROTECTION.  IF YOUR VEHICLE
STALLS, LEAVE IT IMMEDIATELY AND MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND BEFORE WATER
SWEEPS YOU AND YOUR VEHICLE AWAY.  TWO FEET OF QUICKLY MOVING WATER
IS ENOUGH TO FLOAT AND SWEEP AWAY MOST VEHICLES, INCLUDING TRUCKS
AND SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES.  IF YOU APPROACH A ROADWAY THAT IS
FLOODED, TURN AROUND, DON`T DROWN.

NEVER TRY TO WALK, SWIM, OR PLAY IN FLOOD WATER.  YOU MAY NOT BE
ABLE TO DETERMINE IF THERE ARE HOLES OR SUBMERGED DEBRIS.  YOU MAY
NOT BE ABLE TO DETERMINE HOW QUICKLY THE WATER IS FLOWING, AND YOU
MAY BE SWEPT AWAY.  IF THE WATER IS MOVING QUICKLY, AS LITTLE AS SIX
INCHES OF WATER CAN KNOCK YOU OFF YOUR FEET.  THERE IS ALSO A DANGER
OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS POLLUTING THE WATER.  ALSO REMEMBER THAT
WATER IS AN ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR, AND IF THERE ARE POWER LINES DOWN,
THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF ELECTROCUTION.  BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT
NIGHT WHEN IT IS HARDER TO RECOGNIZE FLOOD DANGERS.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA WEATHER
RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATION.  MAKE
SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH AS DARKENING
SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.

$$




000
NOUS45 KCYS 261418
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-270400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
818 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS THURSDAY AND MARKS THE FOURTH DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES
THROUGH FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES. SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A STURDY
BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY. ONCE INSIDE, DO NOT
STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE CORDED
TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER, AND DO
NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY AWAY
FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES. GET OFF OF TRACTORS OR
OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT. GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN WATER.
STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL OBJECTS.
TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.




$$




000
NOUS45 KCYS 261418
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-270400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
818 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS THURSDAY AND MARKS THE FOURTH DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES
THROUGH FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES. SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A STURDY
BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY. ONCE INSIDE, DO NOT
STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE CORDED
TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER, AND DO
NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY AWAY
FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES. GET OFF OF TRACTORS OR
OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT. GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN WATER.
STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL OBJECTS.
TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.




$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 261418
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-270400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
818 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS THURSDAY AND MARKS THE FOURTH DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES
THROUGH FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES. SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A STURDY
BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY. ONCE INSIDE, DO NOT
STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE CORDED
TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER, AND DO
NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY AWAY
FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES. GET OFF OF TRACTORS OR
OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT. GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN WATER.
STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL OBJECTS.
TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.




$$




000
NOUS45 KCYS 261418
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-270400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
818 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA...

TODAY IS THURSDAY AND MARKS THE FOURTH DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES
THROUGH FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND TO GET
POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE PUBLIC.  NOW IS
THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS AND BE PREPARED
FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS LIGHTNING.

LIGHTNING IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASPECTS OF THUNDERSTORMS,
AND IS SOMETIMES NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS OTHERS.  ALL
THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN LIGHTNING, AND IF YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO
HEAR THUNDER, YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
LIGHTNING STRIKES 10 TO 15 MILES AWAY FROM A THUNDERSTORM ARE
POSSIBLE, SO SEEK SHELTER IF A STORM APPROACHES. SUMMER IS THE
PEAK SEASON FOR LIGHTNING, BUT DON`T BE FOOLED, LIGHTNING STRIKES
HAPPEN AT ALL TIMES OF THE YEAR.

IN THE UNITED STATES, THE 30 YEAR AVERAGE OF PEOPLE KILLED BY
LIGHTNING IS 51.  OF THE VICTIMS KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN 2014,
81% WERE MALE 54% OCCURRED IN JULY & AUGUST, 49% WERE BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 20 AND 49, 23% WERE NEAR TREES, 23% WERE IN OR NEAR WATER.

THE REPORTED NUMBER OF INJURIES IS LIKELY FAR LOWER THAN THE
ACTUAL TOTAL, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE DO NOT SEEK HELP OR DOCTORS
DO NOT RECORD IT AS A LIGHTNING INJURY.  PEOPLE STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING SUFFER FROM A VARIETY OF LONG TERM, DEBILITATING
SYMPTOMS, INCLUDING MEMORY LOSS, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND NUMBNESS.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND A THUNDERSTORM THREATENS, GET INTO A STURDY
BUILDING OR HARD TOPPED VEHICLE IMMEDIATELY. ONCE INSIDE, DO NOT
STAND NEAR OPEN DOORS, WINDOWS, OR METAL PIPES. DO NOT USE CORDED
TELEPHONES OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, DO NOT TAKE A SHOWER, AND DO
NOT DO LAUNDRY OR DISHES, UNTIL THE STORM IS OVER.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE AND NO BUILDING OR VEHICLE IS NEARBY, STAY AWAY
FROM ISOLATED TREES OR UTILITY POLES. GET OFF OF TRACTORS OR
OTHER METAL FARM EQUIPMENT. GET OUT OF AND AWAY FROM OPEN WATER.
STAY AWAY FROM WIRE FENCES, CLOTHESLINES, OR OTHER METAL OBJECTS.
TERMINATE ANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, GET MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
WITH PROPER TREATMENT, INCLUDING CPR IF NECESSARY, MOST LIGHTNING
VICTIMS SURVIVE.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.




$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 251631
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-260600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
1031 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA

TODAY IS WEDNESDAY AND MARKS THE THIRD DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES THROUGH
FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH. SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS AND TO GET POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE
PUBLIC. NOW IS THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS
AND BE PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON. THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS
TORNADOES.

2014 WAS A QUIET YEAR FOR TORNADOES. AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
EAST OF KILPATRICK LAKE IN BOX BUTTE COUNTY ON MAY 14TH. ON MAY
20TH, AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR SOUTH MORRILL IN SCOTTS
BLUFF COUNTY, AND A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS SIGHTED NORTHEAST OF
SCOTTSBLUFF. AN EF0 TORNADO WAS ALSO REPORTED ON JUNE 6TH IN
KIMBALL COUNTY. NO SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OR INJURIES WERE REPORTED ON
THESE DATES.

REMEMBER THAT IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED, OR YOU SEE A
TORNADO APPROACHING, YOU NEED TO SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.
TORNADOES CAN SOMETIMES STRIKE WITH LITTLE OR NO WARNING, SO IT IS
IMPORTANT NOT TO WASTE TIME WHEN SEEKING SHELTER.

WHEN TAKING COVER, A BASEMENT OR UNDERGROUND SHELTER IS YOUR BEST
OPTION. IF POSSIBLE, GET UNDER SOMETHING STURDY LIKE A TABLE OR
WORK BENCH. IF AN UNDERGROUND SHELTER IS NOT AVAILABLE, TAKE COVER
NEAR THE CENTER OF THE HOUSE ON THE LOWEST FLOOR, IN A CLOSET OR A
BATHROOM. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. COVER UP WITH BLANKETS OR
PILLOWS TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM FLYING DEBRIS.

IF INSIDE A VEHICLE, MOBILE HOME, OR IN OPEN COUNTRY, LEAVE
IMMEDIATELY AND GET TO THE NEAREST REINFORCED SHELTER. IF NONE IS
AVAILABLE, LIE FLAT IN THE NEAREST DITCH OR OTHER LOW LYING AREA
AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR ARMS.

WHEN INSIDE SCHOOLS, MALLS, HOSPITALS, OR OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
MOVE QUICKLY TO THE DESIGNATED SHELTER. ALWAYS STAY INDOORS, AND
GO TO INTERIOR HALLWAYS OR SMALL ROOMS ON THE LOWEST FLOOR
POSSIBLE FOR PROTECTION. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. DO NOT STAY IN
LARGE ROOMS SUCH AS AUDITORIUMS OR GYMNASIUMS, AS ROOMS WITH LARGE
FREE SPAN ROOFS ARE VULNERABLE TO TORNADIC WINDS.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.

$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 251631
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-260600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
1031 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA

TODAY IS WEDNESDAY AND MARKS THE THIRD DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES THROUGH
FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH. SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS AND TO GET POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE
PUBLIC. NOW IS THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS
AND BE PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON. THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS
TORNADOES.

2014 WAS A QUIET YEAR FOR TORNADOES. AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
EAST OF KILPATRICK LAKE IN BOX BUTTE COUNTY ON MAY 14TH. ON MAY
20TH, AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR SOUTH MORRILL IN SCOTTS
BLUFF COUNTY, AND A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS SIGHTED NORTHEAST OF
SCOTTSBLUFF. AN EF0 TORNADO WAS ALSO REPORTED ON JUNE 6TH IN
KIMBALL COUNTY. NO SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OR INJURIES WERE REPORTED ON
THESE DATES.

REMEMBER THAT IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED, OR YOU SEE A
TORNADO APPROACHING, YOU NEED TO SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.
TORNADOES CAN SOMETIMES STRIKE WITH LITTLE OR NO WARNING, SO IT IS
IMPORTANT NOT TO WASTE TIME WHEN SEEKING SHELTER.

WHEN TAKING COVER, A BASEMENT OR UNDERGROUND SHELTER IS YOUR BEST
OPTION. IF POSSIBLE, GET UNDER SOMETHING STURDY LIKE A TABLE OR
WORK BENCH. IF AN UNDERGROUND SHELTER IS NOT AVAILABLE, TAKE COVER
NEAR THE CENTER OF THE HOUSE ON THE LOWEST FLOOR, IN A CLOSET OR A
BATHROOM. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. COVER UP WITH BLANKETS OR
PILLOWS TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM FLYING DEBRIS.

IF INSIDE A VEHICLE, MOBILE HOME, OR IN OPEN COUNTRY, LEAVE
IMMEDIATELY AND GET TO THE NEAREST REINFORCED SHELTER. IF NONE IS
AVAILABLE, LIE FLAT IN THE NEAREST DITCH OR OTHER LOW LYING AREA
AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR ARMS.

WHEN INSIDE SCHOOLS, MALLS, HOSPITALS, OR OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
MOVE QUICKLY TO THE DESIGNATED SHELTER. ALWAYS STAY INDOORS, AND
GO TO INTERIOR HALLWAYS OR SMALL ROOMS ON THE LOWEST FLOOR
POSSIBLE FOR PROTECTION. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. DO NOT STAY IN
LARGE ROOMS SUCH AS AUDITORIUMS OR GYMNASIUMS, AS ROOMS WITH LARGE
FREE SPAN ROOFS ARE VULNERABLE TO TORNADIC WINDS.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.

$$





000
NOUS45 KCYS 251631
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-260600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
1031 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA

TODAY IS WEDNESDAY AND MARKS THE THIRD DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES THROUGH
FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH. SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS AND TO GET POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE
PUBLIC. NOW IS THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS
AND BE PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON. THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS
TORNADOES.

2014 WAS A QUIET YEAR FOR TORNADOES. AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
EAST OF KILPATRICK LAKE IN BOX BUTTE COUNTY ON MAY 14TH. ON MAY
20TH, AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR SOUTH MORRILL IN SCOTTS
BLUFF COUNTY, AND A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS SIGHTED NORTHEAST OF
SCOTTSBLUFF. AN EF0 TORNADO WAS ALSO REPORTED ON JUNE 6TH IN
KIMBALL COUNTY. NO SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OR INJURIES WERE REPORTED ON
THESE DATES.

REMEMBER THAT IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED, OR YOU SEE A
TORNADO APPROACHING, YOU NEED TO SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.
TORNADOES CAN SOMETIMES STRIKE WITH LITTLE OR NO WARNING, SO IT IS
IMPORTANT NOT TO WASTE TIME WHEN SEEKING SHELTER.

WHEN TAKING COVER, A BASEMENT OR UNDERGROUND SHELTER IS YOUR BEST
OPTION. IF POSSIBLE, GET UNDER SOMETHING STURDY LIKE A TABLE OR
WORK BENCH. IF AN UNDERGROUND SHELTER IS NOT AVAILABLE, TAKE COVER
NEAR THE CENTER OF THE HOUSE ON THE LOWEST FLOOR, IN A CLOSET OR A
BATHROOM. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. COVER UP WITH BLANKETS OR
PILLOWS TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM FLYING DEBRIS.

IF INSIDE A VEHICLE, MOBILE HOME, OR IN OPEN COUNTRY, LEAVE
IMMEDIATELY AND GET TO THE NEAREST REINFORCED SHELTER. IF NONE IS
AVAILABLE, LIE FLAT IN THE NEAREST DITCH OR OTHER LOW LYING AREA
AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR ARMS.

WHEN INSIDE SCHOOLS, MALLS, HOSPITALS, OR OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
MOVE QUICKLY TO THE DESIGNATED SHELTER. ALWAYS STAY INDOORS, AND
GO TO INTERIOR HALLWAYS OR SMALL ROOMS ON THE LOWEST FLOOR
POSSIBLE FOR PROTECTION. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. DO NOT STAY IN
LARGE ROOMS SUCH AS AUDITORIUMS OR GYMNASIUMS, AS ROOMS WITH LARGE
FREE SPAN ROOFS ARE VULNERABLE TO TORNADIC WINDS.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.

$$




000
NOUS45 KCYS 251631
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019>021-054-055-095-096-260600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
1031 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

2015 SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK FOR NEBRASKA

TODAY IS WEDNESDAY AND MARKS THE THIRD DAY OF SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK FOR THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, WHICH CONTINUES THROUGH
FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH. SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK PROVIDES THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEST COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS AND TO GET POTENTIALLY LIFESAVING INFORMATION OUT TO THE
PUBLIC. NOW IS THE TIME FOR PEOPLE TO REVIEW THEIR SAFETY PLANS
AND BE PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER SEASON. THE TOPIC FOR TODAY IS
TORNADOES.

2014 WAS A QUIET YEAR FOR TORNADOES. AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
EAST OF KILPATRICK LAKE IN BOX BUTTE COUNTY ON MAY 14TH. ON MAY
20TH, AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR SOUTH MORRILL IN SCOTTS
BLUFF COUNTY, AND A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS SIGHTED NORTHEAST OF
SCOTTSBLUFF. AN EF0 TORNADO WAS ALSO REPORTED ON JUNE 6TH IN
KIMBALL COUNTY. NO SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OR INJURIES WERE REPORTED ON
THESE DATES.

REMEMBER THAT IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED, OR YOU SEE A
TORNADO APPROACHING, YOU NEED TO SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.
TORNADOES CAN SOMETIMES STRIKE WITH LITTLE OR NO WARNING, SO IT IS
IMPORTANT NOT TO WASTE TIME WHEN SEEKING SHELTER.

WHEN TAKING COVER, A BASEMENT OR UNDERGROUND SHELTER IS YOUR BEST
OPTION. IF POSSIBLE, GET UNDER SOMETHING STURDY LIKE A TABLE OR
WORK BENCH. IF AN UNDERGROUND SHELTER IS NOT AVAILABLE, TAKE COVER
NEAR THE CENTER OF THE HOUSE ON THE LOWEST FLOOR, IN A CLOSET OR A
BATHROOM. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. COVER UP WITH BLANKETS OR
PILLOWS TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM FLYING DEBRIS.

IF INSIDE A VEHICLE, MOBILE HOME, OR IN OPEN COUNTRY, LEAVE
IMMEDIATELY AND GET TO THE NEAREST REINFORCED SHELTER. IF NONE IS
AVAILABLE, LIE FLAT IN THE NEAREST DITCH OR OTHER LOW LYING AREA
AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR ARMS.

WHEN INSIDE SCHOOLS, MALLS, HOSPITALS, OR OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
MOVE QUICKLY TO THE DESIGNATED SHELTER. ALWAYS STAY INDOORS, AND
GO TO INTERIOR HALLWAYS OR SMALL ROOMS ON THE LOWEST FLOOR
POSSIBLE FOR PROTECTION. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. DO NOT STAY IN
LARGE ROOMS SUCH AS AUDITORIUMS OR GYMNASIUMS, AS ROOMS WITH LARGE
FREE SPAN ROOFS ARE VULNERABLE TO TORNADIC WINDS.

ANYTIME THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER EXISTS, STAY UPDATED ON THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION BY GOING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WEBSITE, HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV, OR BY TUNING IN TO NOAA
WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS, OR YOUR LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO
STATION. MAKE SURE TO WATCH FOR SIGNS FOR APPROACHING STORMS, SUCH
AS DARKENING SKIES, INCREASING WINDS, FLASHES OF LIGHTNING, AND
THUNDER.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CAN BE FOUND
AT: HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHEYENNE.

$$




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