“In Oklahoma, the weather affects us every day,” City of Stillwater Emergency Management Technician Rob Hill said. “It just makes sense to learn the dangers associated with severe weather and how we can prepare for those threats. It’s equally important that we help our family members know what to do during these times and help prepare them to keep them safe.”
The National Weather Service in Norman will be presenting on a number of topics such as understanding key weather terms, the difference between a watch and warning and cloud formations.
Emergency managers and community organizations from Payne, Logan and Lincoln counties will be on hand in the Houston Theater lobby before and after the program to talk one-on-one with residents and answer any questions that they may have.
“Due to the quiet severe weather season last spring, we remind the public they should not let their guard down this season because severe weather can happen anytime in short notice,” Hill said.
For more information, contact Hill at the City of Stillwater Office of Emergency Management at 405-372-7484.