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Record Report
Statement as of 5:50 am EST on March 2, 2015
record event report
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
550 am EST Mon March 2 2015

... Record low maximum temperature at Danville Virginia...

The high temeprature at Danville yesterday was only 35 degrees...
which ties the record low maximum for the date last reached in 1978.
Records at Danville go back to 1948.

Public Information Statement
Statement as of 8:12 am EST on March 2, 2015

... Public information statement...

Severe weather preparedness week in North Carolina is March 1 to
7. Todays topic... severe thunderstorms and tornadoes.

When atmospheric conditions are conducive for the formation of
tornadoes... the National Weather Service will issue a Tornado Watch.
A Tornado Watch means that tornadoes are possible. During tornado
watches... you should remain alert for approaching storms... watch
the sky... and stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio... commercial radio
or television for additional information.

A Tornado Warning means that a tornado has been sighted or indicated
by weather radar. When a Tornado Warning is issued for your
area... you should take shelter immediately.

Be sure to take some time this week to learn more about severe
weather safety. Learning and practicing severe weather safety when
the weather is good will allow you to react more quickly when the
weather turns bad. You can learn more about severe weather safety
by visiting the North Carolina department of public safety
preparedness website at readync.Org. This web Page features an
abundance of information... and links to a free cell phone app... that
will help you plan and prepare for the severe weather season.

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