Are you searching for a place to learn about the weather? Maybe you’re moving to a part of the country that has severe thunderstorms, flash floods, tornados, or hurricanes. In that case, you want to prepare in the event of bad weather, at home or away.
You can’t always count on the forecast to clue you in on the weather in your vicinity. That’s why The Weather Station is here to help you learn how to keep informed about the weather and prepare you for severe weather and the worst-case scenario.
On our blog, you’ll find up-to-date information about all things weather-related, the latest news, weather safety, and all the gear you need in your survival kit, just in case.
But that’s just the beginning of all the information you’ll find at the-weather-station.com —
Meet the Team
The team at The Weather Station is on a mission to make sure you have everything you need to prepare for bad weather and enjoy good weather as well. Because, even if it’s a gorgeous sunny day out, you may not have a good time if you didn’t bring plenty of water and sunscreen.
To that end, we’ve added a page where we’ve listed the top-rated wi-fi thermometers and remote temperature sensors, complete with reviews and how-to guides. That way you can keep abreast of the weather conditions in real-time, on location.
Senior Editor - Bennie Reinaldo Ray
My mission is to provide our editorial team with assignments that ensure we’re your go-to site for everything you need to know that’s weather-related. From product reviews to a plan to keep you and your family safe in severe weather, we’ve got you covered.
I know that severe weather can take you by surprise.That’s why, here at The Weather Station, I advocate that the best way people can stay safe during any weather situation is to prepare ahead of time with as much information as possible; then create a plan. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Editor - Karina Fisher
I’m excited to be part of the team at The Weather Station — Personally, I’ve seen first-hand what happens when people aren’t prepared for the weather. There’s been more than one incident of dehydration on my outdoor adventures with inexperienced hikers. Not to mention, being ill-prepared when unexpected rain hits.
That’s why I concentrate on articles for our blog based on prepping for bad weather. It doesn’t matter if you’re at home, camping, or backpacking, bad weather happens. My priority is to fact-check all of the information we bring you to ensure you're getting accurate and timely reviews and articles. Feel free to email me at email@example.com
Meteorologist - Michele Molina
As the go-to meteorologist at The Weather Station — My job is to make sure we connect to sites that provide everything you need to know about tracking weather conditions. As I check to make sure that we’re connecting you to the best sources, I also find lots of inspiration for new and exciting articles that inspire weather-related planning. If you have any questions, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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