Be Weather Wise!

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What does this mean?

NMSU has been certified by the National Weather Service (since 2010) as having reliable, redundant means of receiving and disseminating emergency weather information to our community.  Our emergency service dispatchers and our police officers have also been trained on how to recognize dangerous weather conditions.  During large outdoor special events, we sometimes even bring in on-site meteorological monitoring (thanks to the National Weather Service) to help spot potential weather dangers and guide emergency management decisions and actions.  You can learn more about the Storm Ready program at https://www.weather.gov/stormready/.

 

Be Weather Wise!

The following are the most common severe weather threats to the NMSU Las Cruces and Doña Ana Community College campuses.  Click on the links below to find out ways to protect yourself.

 

Floods
Floods
Heat
Heat
Lightning
Lightning
Sun
Sun
(UV Radiation)
Thunderstorms
Thunderstorms
Tornadoes
Tornado
Wind

Wind
Fog

Fog
Winter Weather

Winter Weather

 

For information on additional weather hazards, visit https://www.weather.gov/safety/.

 

Are you looking for climatology information for New Mexico?  The State Climatologist is one of NMSU’s own!  Visit https://weather.nmsu.edu/ to find out more.