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By Dennis Washington
Surviving dangerous weather is the focus of Severe Weather Awareness Week in Alabama.
Gov. Kay Ivey, the National Weather Service offices that serve Alabama, the Alabama Emergency Management Agency and other supporting organizations have declared the week of Feb. 16-21 as Severe Weather Awareness Week. John De Block, meteorologist for the National Weather Service office in Birmingham, says the goal is to educate Alabamians about the dangers of severe weather and what supplies are needed to reduce their risk of harm.
“Know what you are going to do when that warning is issued,” De Block said. “Get that alert and get to safety.”
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