Severe Weather and Community Resiliency
Providing the most up to date information regarding current weather conditions, helpful safety tips and links to resources available to enhance community resiliency.
3 Easy Steps To Prepare For An Emergency
Be ""Red Cross Ready"" for an emergency by following our easy 3 steps to preparedness. We understand getting prepared may sound difficult or time consuming, but with a little help from us, it's actually very doable. Learn by watching our video today! For more information on emergency preparedness, please visit http://www.redcross.org/prepare For more information on getting help during a disaster, please visit: http://www.redcross.org/get-help To make a financial donation, please visit: https://www.redcross.org/donate/donation #redcross #emergency #preparedness
Severe Winter Weather Resources
- Ameren - Outage Center
- Spire Energy (formerly Laclede Gas)
- Report a water main break - Citizens Service Bureau
Winter in the City of St. Louis resource guide
- Road Conditions - MODOT Gateway Guide
- School Closings - KMOV-TV
- Food Safety (during a power outage)
- Keeping Pets Safe in Winter
Current Information - St. Louis
Sign up for Emergency Alerts
Create an account and add your contact and location information into the NotifySTL system. All information you provide will be kept strictly confidential.
Or send text "STLCEMA" to 888777 from your cell phone.
Warming Centers in the St. Louis area
Influenza (flu) Vaccine Information
Stay Healthy in Cold Weather - CDC
The 2019 Winter Outlook, released October 17, 2019, by NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center shows the St. Louis region has an "equal chance" for below-, near- or above-average temperatures. It also shows the St. Louis region in an "equal chance" for precipitation. More information regarding the winter outlook is available here or by viewing the video below.
NOAA's climate outlook for winter 2019-20
Maps and other downloads @ https://www.climate.gov/winter2019-20. On October 17, 2019, NOAA issued its annual winter outlook for temperature, precipitation, and drought. This video discusses the climate conditions that are favored for the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii. To download a standalone version of the video or forecast maps, visit https://www.climate.gov/winter2019-20. Video produced by the Climate.gov team in cooperation with experts from the Climate Prediction Center. Unless specifically stated otherwise, Climate.gov video productions can be freely republished or re-purposed by others.