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From the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA):

From extreme drought, heat waves and floods to unprecedented tornado outbreaks, hurricanes, wildfires and winter storms, a record 12 weather and climate disasters in 2011 each caused $1 billion or more in damages — and most regrettably, loss of human lives and property. NOAA’s National Weather Service has redoubled its efforts to create a “Weather-Ready Nation”, where vulnerable communities are better prepared for extreme weather and other natural disasters.

Learn more about the record breaking disasters that occurred in 2011 and how to stay safe by becoming weather-ready.

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