Including Weather Intelligence For Community & Organization Planners & Managers - Your Incident Meteorologist
Do You Know Your Threat?
98% of Presidentially Declared Disasters are Weather-Related. Think About It. Smalltown Weather is proud to be a National Weather Service-certified Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador. We're armed to prepare your community or organization with the skills and tools required to combat the destructive and deadly effects of hazardous weather. We're Incident Command System experienced and battle-proven in the Emergency Operations Center - so let us provide that valuable weather intelligence as you make the important decisions!
Tropical Storms & Hurricanes vary drastically in strength and expected impacts depending on the storm's location, your location, and the speed at which the storm is moving. What's the biggest threat? Flooding? Wind? Tornadoes? When will the worst happen, and where is a safe location to evacuate? Using a forecast process streamlined with the National Hurricane Center - we'll keep you in the know.
Damaging Wind & Hail
Most thunderstorms aren't severe. Others only cause strong winds, while some hurl large, damaging hail. A few have tornadic potential, How do you know what to expect? Good thing you have Smalltown Weather on your side. Let the experts provide the analysis so you can be prepared.
When The Sirens Ring
Tornadoes will always be an emergency that relies on quick response of the individual that sounds the sirens. Until the science of detecting tornadoes from afar is perfected, sometimes you may have no warning before a tornado is on the ground. If you partner with a weather expert who has provided tornado warnings for years, however, you'll be certain that you're in good hands.
The Deadly, Destructive, Underestimated Weather Event
Flooding can happen quickly and with little warning. Keep a skilled meteorologist by your side and you'll know exactly when conditions are conducive for heavy rain and flash flooding.
Freezing Rain, Sleet, Snow, Ice, & Blizzards
In South & Central Texas, winter storms don't happen too often. But, when they do - are you prepared? How much snow will be on the roads, and how about ice accumulation? Wind Gusts? Visibility? Don't let winter weather catch you off-guard, only because it happens so rarely.
Fire Behavior's Dictator
Weather in and around wildfires can be very diverse and volatile. It can cause a fire to spread out of control, or it can put a fire at ease. It determines smoke mix-out, air quality, rate and direction of spread, and can lead to life and death situations if not predicted correctly. Don't let that happen to your crew.