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February 5 - 9, 2024

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This year (2024), Georgia will recognize the week of February 5 - 9 as Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Severe weather is no stranger to the state. The past few years have brought a number of higher-impact severe weather events to the region. Several high-impact severe weather events affected the region in 2023, including the January 12th Tornado Outbreak where more than a dozen tornadoes (some strong / EF2+) swept across mainly parts of central Georgia. 2022 also had several active high-impact events. You can read more about the 2022 significant weather events below.

As we approach what is typically the most active part of the year for severe weather, Severe Weather Preparedness Week provides an excellent opportunity to learn more about the dangers of severe weather, as well as knowing how and when to take proper actions when severe weather is expected and hits.  Please take the time now to review your home, school, or businesses preparedness plans. Each day is dedicated to a different topic that addresses severe weather preparedness. Throughout the week, the topics to be covered include:

Read more at Georgia Severe Weather Preparedness Week (February 5-9, 2024)!