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The National Weather Service (NWS) will be using Facebook as a supplemental channel to disseminate environmental information and promote weather awareness activities including outreach and educational efforts. The US National Weather Service Southern Region Headquarters (SRH) page is primarily maintained by the SRH Regional Operations Center (ROC). The majority of the Facebook posts focus on weather hydrologic, and climate information across the Southern Region of the NWS. The Southern Region covers all or most of the following states: New Mexico Texas Oklahoma Arkansas Louisiana Tennessee Mississippi Alabama Georgia Florida A map that outlines the various NWS regions can be found here: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jetstream/nws/regions.htm

Mission: The National Weather Service (NWS) provides weather, hydrologic, and climate forecasts and warnings for the United States, its territories, adjacent waters and ocean areas, for the protection of life and property and the enhancement of the national economy. NWS data and products form a national information database and infrastructure which can be used by other governmental agencies, the private sector, the public, and the global community

Thu 7/16/2020 Dangerous HEAT continues for many areas in the Southern US the next few days.  Late this weekend into earl...
07/16/2020

Thu 7/16/2020 Dangerous HEAT continues for many areas in the Southern US the next few days. Late this weekend into early next week, it'll still be hot but there will be a RELATIVE "cool down".

Wed 7/15/2020 Dangerous HEAT continues for many areas in the Southern US the next few days.  This weekend it'll still be...
07/15/2020

Wed 7/15/2020 Dangerous HEAT continues for many areas in the Southern US the next few days. This weekend it'll still be hot, but there will be a RELATIVE "cool down".

Tue 7/14/2020 Dangerous HEAT continues through mid-week for much of the Southern US.  By late this week, it'll still be ...
07/14/2020

Tue 7/14/2020 Dangerous HEAT continues through mid-week for much of the Southern US. By late this week, it'll still be hot but a RELATIVE "cool down" is expected with temperatures "closer to normal" for this time of year.

Mon 7/13/2020 Dangerous HEAT continues across the Southern US this week.  On average, 38 kids die each year by being lef...
07/13/2020

Mon 7/13/2020 Dangerous HEAT continues across the Southern US this week. On average, 38 kids die each year by being left in a vehicle. Most are under 3 years old. Many were forgotten by a caregiver. weather.gov/safety/heat-children-pets #LookBeforeYouLock #WeatherReady

It's HOT out there today!!  Watch out for the signs of Heat Exhaustion or Heat Stroke for anyone outside today.
07/12/2020

It's HOT out there today!! Watch out for the signs of Heat Exhaustion or Heat Stroke for anyone outside today.

Wondering why some areas have a Heat Advisory or Excessive Heat Warning while other areas don't?  Criteria is geographic...
07/10/2020

Wondering why some areas have a Heat Advisory or Excessive Heat Warning while other areas don't? Criteria is geographically determined and has been coordinated with NWS offices and their local partners. Here's the NWS Southern Region criteria

Fri 7/10/2020 DANGEROUS HEAT!We know it's summer but it's gonna be HOT & HUMID even for summer across the Southern US th...
07/10/2020

Fri 7/10/2020 DANGEROUS HEAT!
We know it's summer but it's gonna be HOT & HUMID even for summer across the Southern US through the weekend and into early next week. Check out these maximum heat index temperatures for the next 5 days. Please be careful if you have outdoor plans!

Thu 7/9/2020 Feelin HOT HOT HOT!  Dangerous Heat is expected through early next week for the Southern Plains.  Please be...
07/09/2020

Thu 7/9/2020 Feelin HOT HOT HOT!
Dangerous Heat is expected through early next week for the Southern Plains. Please be careful if you have outdoor plans! Visit https://www.weather.gov/safety/heat for Heat Safety Tips and Resources #nmwx #txwx #okwx #arwx #lawx

Wed 7/8/2020 - Dangerous Heat Late This Week into the Weekend! Visit https://www.weather.gov/safety/heat for Heat Safety...
07/08/2020

Wed 7/8/2020 - Dangerous Heat Late This Week into the Weekend! Visit https://www.weather.gov/safety/heat for Heat Safety Tips and Resources #nmwx #txwx #okwx #lawx #arwx

11:50am CDT Tuesday 6/23/2020 Today's Severe Thunderstorm and Heavy Rain Potential - Scattered thunderstorms with hail a...
06/23/2020

11:50am CDT Tuesday 6/23/2020 Today's Severe Thunderstorm and Heavy Rain Potential - Scattered thunderstorms with hail and strong to severe severe wind gusts across eastern NM through west TX this afternoon and evening. Storms may become capable of producing a few strong to severe wind gusts from south and east TX through the Deep South, across the Southeast this afternoon. Isolated heavy rain this afternoon and evening may lead to flash flooding from south and east TX eastward into the Lower MS Valley and the TN Valley.

Drought conditions (https://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/) are likely to worsen over portions of the Southern Plains over the ...
06/13/2020

Drought conditions (https://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/) are likely to worsen over portions of the Southern Plains over the next week with little to no rainfall expected.

An awesome example of an NWS Southern Region employee doing great work down in the Keys!
06/10/2020

An awesome example of an NWS Southern Region employee doing great work down in the Keys!

During the month of June, the NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries (NMS) will be celebrating Ocean Month and LGBT Pride Month through their #PrideInTheOcean campaign. Our ocean is for everyone and we want to know how you take pride in this blue planet.

Here's our very own meteorologist, Luis Ingram-Westover helping NMS by showing his pride. Thank you Luis!

Tropical Storm Cristobal is nearing the southeast coast of Louisiana this afternoon.  Here is the latest information as ...
06/07/2020

Tropical Storm Cristobal is nearing the southeast coast of Louisiana this afternoon. Here is the latest information as of 4PM CDT, Sunday, June 7th, 2020.

Tropical Storm Cristobal will make landfall later today across southeast Louisiana.  Here is the latest information as o...
06/07/2020

Tropical Storm Cristobal will make landfall later today across southeast Louisiana. Here is the latest information as of 10 AM CDT, Sunday, June 7, 2020.

To the west of Cristobal, heat will build across Texas heading into early next week.  The image below depicts near recor...
06/06/2020

To the west of Cristobal, heat will build across Texas heading into early next week. The image below depicts near record to record highs forecast for Tuesday, June 9th.

Tropical Storm Cristobal continues to move northward across the Gulf of Mexico this morning.  Here is the latest forecas...
06/06/2020

Tropical Storm Cristobal continues to move northward across the Gulf of Mexico this morning. Here is the latest forecast information as of 10AM, Saturday, June 6th.

10am CDT 6/5/2020 #Cristobal advisory ... Here's our first look at what the peak storm surge of #Cristobal might look li...
06/05/2020

10am CDT 6/5/2020 #Cristobal advisory ... Here's our first look at what the peak storm surge of #Cristobal might look like. Note: This graphic displays heights above ground that the water COULD get if peak surge occurs at time of high tide.

10am Fri 6/5/2020 update on #Cristobal ... the main threat is still heavy rain.  There is also a threat for tropical sto...
06/05/2020

10am Fri 6/5/2020 update on #Cristobal ... the main threat is still heavy rain. There is also a threat for tropical storm force winds and storm surge and watches have now been issued for both of these hazards. Check out our "1 stop shop" tropical webpage https://www.weather.gov/srh/tropical

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to wildfires, it means working to create defensible space by clea...
06/05/2020

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to wildfires, it means working to create defensible space by clearing brush around your property. Learn more about defensible space and other wildfire preparedness tips at weather.gov/safety/wildfire

10am CDT Thu 6/4/2020 update on #Cristobal with potential impacts starting this weekend. We will have a higher confidenc...
06/04/2020

10am CDT Thu 6/4/2020 update on #Cristobal with potential impacts starting this weekend. We will have a higher confidence on potential impacts tomorrow once #Cristobal re-emerges in the Gulf, so stay tuned for updates!

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to flood safety, it means knowing to never drive around barricade...
06/04/2020

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to flood safety, it means knowing to never drive around barricades or through flooded roads -- the cause of most flood fatalities. Learn more flood safety tips at weather.gov/safety/flood

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to beach safety, it means knowing that swimming at a beach with c...
06/03/2020

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to beach safety, it means knowing that swimming at a beach with crashing waves is not the same as swimming at a pool. Learn more beach safety tips at weather.gov/safety/beachhazards

06/02/2020

Tropical Depression Three has strengthened into Tropical Storm Christobal this afternoon. Maximum winds are estimated to be 40mph with higher gusts.

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to vehicle heat safety, it means caregivers and parents setting r...
06/02/2020

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to vehicle heat safety, it means caregivers and parents setting reminders and always looking before they lock. Learn more heat safety and preparedness tips at weather.gov/safety/heat

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to hurricane planning, it means sitting down with family or close...
06/01/2020

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to hurricane planning, it means sitting down with family or close friends and deciding how to stay in contact with each other, where to go, and what to do. weather.gov/safety/hurricane

Time to keep an eye on the tropics! Not just because it's June 1st & officially the start of hurricane season... also be...
06/01/2020

Time to keep an eye on the tropics! Not just because it's June 1st & officially the start of hurricane season... also because an area near the Yucatan peninsula has a high chance of development in the next several days. Get more info at www.hurricanes.gov

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to tornadoes, it means knowing your ‘safe place’ and practicing g...
05/31/2020

What does being Weather-Ready look like? When it comes to tornadoes, it means knowing your ‘safe place’ and practicing going there well before severe weather arrives. Learn more tornado safety tips at weather.gov/safety/tornado

Hurricane Hunter aircraft and satellite images showing that an area of low pressure just off the coast of East-Central F...
05/16/2020

Hurricane Hunter aircraft and satellite images showing that an area of low pressure just off the coast of East-Central FL is becoming better defined. A tropical or subtropical depression is expected to form later today. Keep up with the latest at hurricanes.gov

The time to prepare for a hurricane is NOW, before the season begins. Once you’re under pressure, having a written plan ...
05/09/2020

The time to prepare for a hurricane is NOW, before the season begins. Once you’re under pressure, having a written plan will take the guesswork out of what you need to do to protect you and your family. ready.gov/make-a-plan #HurricanePrep #HurricaneStrong

You can play a large role in how your neighbors fare before, during and after a hurricane. ready.gov/neighbors #Hurrican...
05/08/2020

You can play a large role in how your neighbors fare before, during and after a hurricane. ready.gov/neighbors #HurricanePrep #HurricaneStrong

Can your home withstand a hurricane? Make sure it is up to local hurricane building code specifications. Remember, the g...
05/07/2020

Can your home withstand a hurricane? Make sure it is up to local hurricane building code specifications. Remember, the garage door is the most vulnerable part of the home, so it must be able to withstand high winds. https://www.fema.gov/what-mitigation fema.gov/what-mitigation

Are you insured for a hurricane? Keep in mind that standard homeowners insurance doesn’t cover flooding, and flood insur...
05/06/2020

Are you insured for a hurricane? Keep in mind that standard homeowners insurance doesn’t cover flooding, and flood insurance requires a 30-day waiting period! Find coverage at floodsmart.gov #HurricanePrep #HurricaneStrong

Just having enough supplies to make it through a hurricane isn’t enough. You need plenty to make it through what could b...
05/05/2020

Just having enough supplies to make it through a hurricane isn’t enough. You need plenty to make it through what could be a long recovery period too. Prepare for AT LEAST three days. ready.gov/kit #HurricanePrep #HurricaneStrong

Are you in a hurricane evacuation zone, or in a home that would be otherwise unsafe in a hurricane? If so, think now, ab...
05/04/2020

Are you in a hurricane evacuation zone, or in a home that would be otherwise unsafe in a hurricane? If so, think now, about where you’d go and how you’d get there if you're told to evacuate. weather.gov/wrn/2020-hurricane-evacuation #HurricanePrep #HurricaneStrong

If you live in hurricane-prone areas, you are encouraged to complete these simple preparations before hurricane season b...
05/04/2020

If you live in hurricane-prone areas, you are encouraged to complete these simple preparations before hurricane season begins on June 1. You may need to adjust any preparedness actions based on the latest health and safety guidelines from the CDC and your local officials.

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This message is very important ! (Japan) https://pic.pimg.tw/earthquakewang/1507550865-4286081596_l.jpg ========================================== 【10月06日~10月26日の「世界のエネルギーショック期間」】 ●10/06~10/26の超エネルギー衝撃により、日本は大規模な地震が6回以上継続し、最大の地震は規 模9を超える可能性があり、6以上の火山噴火の発生、ピーク時の10/14 ~10月20日、日本の最高の 警戒地域 "九州"、 "四国" 2島、全体的な災害の影響時間は半月以上と推定され、詳細な警戒範囲 はアイコンを参照してください。●北海道の影響は軽微であるが、日本の地質データが不足してい るため、警告の範囲としてエネルギーの主な影響のみがある。 ●この予測を包括的な災害と見なして、「一時的に観光地をキャンセルする提案」として挙げる。 ●上記の特別レポートは、日本の地域、その他の地域の継続的な更新に加えて、予測の2017.10.05 00:51を参照してください。 【10/06~10/26 全球能量震盪期之《日本特報》】 (修正一版,歡迎直接複製『預測圖』轉發日本友人) ●10/06~10/26受到超強能量衝擊,日本將發生連續規模6以上大地震,最大地震極可能超過規模9, 並發生6級以上火山爆發,估計能量衝擊最高峰期間為10/14~10/20,日本最高警戒地區為『九州』、 『四國』2島,整體災害影響時間估計將超過半個月以上,詳細警戒範圍請參考圖示。 ●因日本地質資料不足,雖北海道影響相對較輕微,但也僅能將能量主要衝擊沿線全列為警示範圍。 ●考慮這次預報為綜合災害,日本全國都列為『建議暫時取消旅遊地區』。 ●以上特報只針對日本地區,其他地區的預報除持續更新外請參考2017.10.05 00:51的原始預測。 ========================================== 王明仁 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ew888king?hc_ref=ARSNQGbdP9gem1EAyzuASYZJCPn5-RPigTfUSgfWd6bEfKmby7qV2PsUFEJWIqb6F3c 聊【牛】說【地震】 https://www.facebook.com/groups/207605539592546/permalink/527625587590538/ Blog http://earthquakewang.pixnet.net/blog/post/284821849