...DENSE FOG EXPECTED ACROSS CENTRAL AND NORTH CENTRAL IOWA TONIGHT... .AREAS OF DENSE FOG CONTINUE TO LIFT NORTH FROM CENTRAL IOWA INTO THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE STATE WITH WIDESPREAD VISIBILITIES DROPPING TO LESS THAN ONE QUARTER MILE. ...DENSE FOG ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM CST THIS
Areas affected: Black Hawk; Boone; Bremer; Butler; Calhoun; Cerro Gordo; Emmet; Franklin; Greene; Grundy; Hamilton; Hancock; Hardin; Humboldt; Kossuth; Marshall; Palo Alto; Pocahontas; Sac; Story; Tama; Webster; Winnebago; Worth; Wright
Severe weather poses one of the most likely risks of serious injury and property damage on campus. Whatever the season, Iowa sunshine occasionally gives way to severe weather conditions. The best way to stay safe is to know what's going on outside and what you can do in the event of a flood, blizzard, thunderstorm, tornado or extreme heat or cold. These tips and resources should help you do just that.
Check buildings you work in or frequent on the EH&S Building Information website. Look for building emergency maps and particularly, where to take shelter from severe weather.