Tuesday, April 5, 2016

White House Designates an "Extreme Heat Week." (Good Thing It Isn't In April)

Can't hardly wait (for some of that extreme heat, I mean, since it's flipping freezing here at the moment):
The Administration is announcing that May 23 - 27 is Extreme Heat Week during which agencies will take a number of activities to prepare the nation for extreme heat. This week is a key part of America's PrepareAthon!, the Administration's seasonal campaign to build community-level preparedness action. The White House is planning a webinar during Extreme Heat Week focused on education and outreach to populations more vulnerable to extreme heat as well as to community planners and public health officials to enhance community preparedness to extreme heat events. 
PrepareAthons! Community-level preparedness action! Webinars!

Slow down, you're making my head spin!

Just kidding, of course. Seems to me it's a lot of sound and fury, with all that that signifies.

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