Spring Weather Special: Get Prepared With Storm Team4

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    NEWSLETTERS

    From our Spring Weather Special: Social media is changing how we learn about weather. Storm Team4 Meteorologist Amelia Segal explains how you can make sure you get the best information from the right sources.

    Spring can bring violent storms, changing weather patterns and clouds of pollen to the D.C. metro area. To help you prepare, Storm Team4 presents a special series of spring weather videos.

    Our meteorologists explain everything from how to drive in the rain -- and why pouring rain is not the most dangerous part of a storm -- to how to use social media to find accurate weather information.

    We look back at the lessons in emergency preparedness learned in La Plata, Md. in 2002, when a catastrophic F-4 tornado hit the town and led them to overhaul emergency communication.

    And we are introducing our newest weather technology: Our new Storm Team 4x4, a weather vehicle that allows us to report live from inside severe weather.

    You can always get the latest and most accurate weather information from Storm Team4 on NBCWashington, by liking their Facebook page or by following them on Twitter:

    Doug Kammerer, Chief Meteorologist

    Chuck Bell, Meteorologist

    Veronica Johnson, Meteorologist

    Tom Kierein,Meteorologist

    Amelia Segal, Meteorologist

     

    Spring Weather Special Videos:

    Weather Special Part 1: Stay Safe in Severe Weather

    View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com.

    Weather Special Part 2: Using Social Media to Learn About Weather

    View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com.

    Weather Special Part 3: Changing Weather Hits Allergies Hard

    View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com.

    Weather Special Part 4: Preparedness Lessons Learned in La Plata

    View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com.

    Weather Special Part 5: Introducing the new Storm Team 4x4

    View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com.