SURVEY: National Weather Service wants your advice about alerts

Spotted this on Twitter: The National Weather Service wants your opinion on the wording it uses for alerts. Should they drop the use of terms like advisory, watch, and warning? Here’s a survey you can take to tell the NWS what you think. It’s open until August 21st, so save it for later if you’re too busy now!

4 Replies to "SURVEY: National Weather Service wants your advice about alerts"

  • Rick June 30, 2020 (2:26 pm)

    I’ve tried to no avail to post On WSB blog about a set of keys I found in front of my Barber Shop to no avail.  Anyway,I have them, so identify them and their yours. I know the pain of losing keys.

    • WSB June 30, 2020 (2:57 pm)

      I don’t see any posts in that section either in queue or in spam but I’ll post a note there.

  • Wendell June 30, 2020 (2:28 pm)

    Nice, quick and easy survey with good proposals. I think the outdoor pursuits community will be in favor.

    • Mellow Kitty July 1, 2020 (7:26 am)

      I agree, the survey was quick and I really like the proposed changes.

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