Pike County to get 'Storm Ready' designation | News
A ceremony is being conducted Thursday afternoon by the National Weather Service and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security to recognize and officially accredit Pike county Indiana as StormReady.
StormReady is a national program unveiled by the National Weather Service in April 2000. A community must achieve a specific level of hazardous weather operations readiness in order to be accredited as StormReady. The Pike county accreditation is the 26th in the 58 county, four state area served by the Paducah Weather Forecast Office.
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