Severe Weather Warning in Moorhead?
SERVPRO® of Moorhead has been restoring storm-damaged properties in Moorhead for years. Here are some helpful definitions for severe weather watches and warnings from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
Watches are issued when conditions are favorable for tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, or flash floods. If you are in a watch area, continue with normal activities and make plans to seek shelter if necessary.
Warnings are issued when severe weather has been reported or is imminent. Seek shelter immediately if you are in or near the path of the storm. Warnings are issued by county and city names. Make sure you know the name of the county in which you live and the cities that surround you. Updates are given until the immediate threat has ended.
The forecast and warning process begins one or more days ahead of time when the threat area is determined. Hazardous weather outlooks are issued early every morning and updated as conditions warrant.
If a Watch is Issued
Local weather offices are staffed with extra personnel. State officials are notified, and they pass the information to the county and local level. Counties and cities activate their spotter groups as the threat increases. Television and radio stations pass the word to the public.
Moorhead residents and businesses can rely on SERVPRO® of Moorhead to restore storm damage no matter how big the job is. We’ll restore your storm damage, “Like it never even happened.” Call us today at 218-236-7447.
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