WEATHER & INFORMATION


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The Office of Campus Safety provides information from the National Weather Service and from regional airports for faculty, students and staff.

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

Earlier
...Moderate to Heavy Rainfall Will Continue Into Saturday... .Moderate to heavy rainfall continues to threaten as a slow moving warm front traverses the region amidst very moist profiles. Thus, current watch placement looks good through 7AM. However, guidance does show the front remaining across areas along and north of I40 [...]
Fri, Feb 22, 2019
Source: NWS Advisories
...Moderate to Heavy Rainfall Will Continue Into Saturday... .Moderate to heavy rainfall continues to threaten as a slow moving warm front traverses the region amidst very moist profiles. Thus, current watch placement looks good through 7AM. However, guidance does show the front remaining across areas along and north of I40 [...]
Fri, Feb 22, 2019
Source: NWS Advisories

REGIONAL AIRPORTS

Earlier
Light Rain
Winds are Northeast at 4.6 MPH (4 KT). The pressure is 1024.5 mb and the humidity is 97%. The wind chill is 47. Last Updated on Feb 22 2019, 7:53 pm EST. [...]
Source: Tri-Cities Airport
Overcast
Winds are Northeast at 8.1 MPH (7 KT). The pressure is 1022.8 mb and the humidity is 96%. The wind chill is 47. Last Updated on Feb 22 2019, 7:53 pm EST. [...]
Source: McGhee Tyson Airport

 

 

Severe Weather Safety

Important information about Thunderstorms and Tornados (NWS, NOAA):
Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, Lightning… from the NOAA

Get Information on the Red Cross Safety App

http://www.redcross.org/mobile-apps/tornado-app

Driving in Winter Weather Conditions

From AAA:

http://exchange.aaa.com/safety/roadway-safety/winter-driving-tips/

Winter Weather Safety and Preparedness

From The Weather Channel:

http://www.weather.com/safety/winter

Frostbite Prevention from the Mayo Clinic:

http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/frostbite/basics/prevention/con-20034608