Living With Weather

Weather extremes have occurred, do occur, and will occur and can variously affect your personal health and safety, energy and water availability and usage, home and business structures, agricultural and transportation resources, air and water quality. 

Information collected primarily from governmental agencies is provided for easier  living with extreme weather events (such as heat waves and droughts, thunderstorms, floods and ice storms and snowstorms).

Resources are outlined for individuals to better plan for their own safety, for communities to help their residents to plan for and cope with weather hazards, and to aid individuals and communities to begin their recovery from weather hazards.

For information about the Midwest Climate and specific weather hazards:

Go to Heat Waves Section Go to Drought Section Go to Floods Section Go to Winter Storms Section Go to Ice Storms Section
Go to Winds Section Go to Lightning Section Go to Tornadoes Section Go to Hail Section Go to Fog Section
Go to Wildfires Section   Go to Thunderstorms Section   Go to Great Lakes Weather Section