LaMoure County, North Dakota

Severe Summer Weather Awareness Week


April 24 – April 28 is North Dakota's Severe Summer Weather Awareness Week.

The Week encourages the public, businesses, schools, and government agencies to focus on being prepared and informed about severe summer weather.

Severe summer storms can cause damaging winds, hail, rural fires, flash flooding, and power outages. A well-informed and prepared public can better cope with and survive life threatening severe summer storms.

In addition, there will be a TEST conducted around 11:15 AM CDT (10:15 AM MDT) on Wednesday, April 26, to test communicationImage title systems. A tornado drill will also be conducted. All outdoor warning sirens will be tested.


A SKYWARN weather spotter class will be offered FREE on Wednesday, May 17th at the Gackle Streeter Public School at 7PM.  This class is sponsored by the National Weather Service.

News & Updates

Severe Summer Weather Awareness Week
Posted on 04-18-2017

Severe Summer Weather - Know the Definition
Posted on 04-18-2017

Job Openings- Highway Department
Posted on 04-10-2017

Road Restrictions are on
Posted on 04-01-2017

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Latest From Calendar

Severe Summer Weather Awareness Week
04-24-2017 to 04-28-2017

State Tornado Drill
04-26-2017

County Commission Meeting
05-02-2017

County Commission Meeting
05-16-2017

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