Here's Where To Download Your Free Report On Weather Emergencies


Here's the free report I promised you - it's called "Thirteen Things You Must Know To Survive Severe Weather Emergencies".

It's a PDF document, so you can right click this link - Severe Weather Emergencies - for your copy, choose "Save as" from the menu, and send it to your desktop or other appropriate destination. Alternatively, click the link once and you can save it once the document downloads, although it's fairly lengthy and could take a while.

I hope you never need to use it.

But if you do, you'll find it's organised into chapters dealing with each type of dangerous weather, or its result, and each chapter is divided into three sections. The first section concerns advanced preparation for hazardous weather, and the other two are in the form of checklists to be used when severe weather is on its way, and again when it is close to arriving.

Why not have a look around now that you're here. The focus of the site is on home weather stations, but there's plenty more because being able to record weather information is only a very small part of the story. To get the most out of your information you need to be able to understand the weather conditions that are affecting your area. Particularly the more spectacular types of weather.

So quite a bit of the site is devoted to severe and extreme weather - its type, its characteristics and causes. And it is severe weather which is most likely to result in the emergency situations covered in the Special Report you have either just downloaded, or are about to.

Just one more thing before you leave (hopefully to investigate these pages further). If you are at all interested in weather, why not sign up for the "Watching Weather" newsletter? It's free, and you'll also receive a free report on home weather station problems. Now that mightn't sound very interesting if you don't own or intend to own one, but it contains quite a lot of background material which explains how weather works and the true meaning of much of the published weather information.

Just add your name and email address in the form below to receive your first copy and free report. Your personal details will never be provided to anyone else, and will only be used to send you each issue of "Watching Weather"

Once again, thanks for your interest.

Graham McClung