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Weather Ready Nation (WRN)

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Weather Ready Nation (WRN) is an initiative of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Through this program NOAA and the National Weather Service partner with local organizations such as local government, businesses, schools, and the media to help motivate individuals and communities to prepare for weather related disasters. The Monterey County Water Resources Agency has become a Weather Ready Nation Ambassador in order to help promote the WRN message of preparedness and resilience to extreme weather, water, and climate events.

Please take some time to learn more about the WRN initiative. For more information on climate related risks and building resilience to extreme events check out the Climate Resilience Toolkit.

More information on how to prepare for natural and weather related disasters can be found at the National Weather Service Flood Safety page and the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services Disaster Preparedness page.


WRN: Winter Weather 2017-18

La Niña conditions strengthened in November and are likely to continue through the winter.  Click on the image below for more information on La Niña from the National Weather Service.  If you’ll be traveling this winter don’t forget to check www.weather.gov for current conditions and forecasts.

LaNina

Monterey County Water Resources Agency
1441 Schilling Pl., North Bldg., Salinas, CA 93901

    Phone (831) 755-4860   |   FAX (831) 424-7935   |   After Hours (831) 796-1166

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