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Severe Thunderstorm Safety
Each year, Iowa sees hundreds of severe and non-severe thunderstorms. Thunderstorms can be extremely dangerous storms which may bring deadly tornadoes and lightning, damaging high winds and hail and can lead to flash flooding. Read on...
Tornado Safety
Recognizing that a tornado is occurring can be difficult; a visible cloud is not needed for a tornado to be in progress, some tornadoes may not appear to extend to the ground but are still causing considerable damage, and others may be obscured by rain. Read on...
Severe Weather Watches & Warnings
One step you can take to protect yourself and your family from severe weather is to remain weather aware. Being weather aware means being informed of the weather forecast and alert to potential hazards. Read on...
Severe Weather Awareness Week March 23-27
The week of March 23rd to March 27th, is Severe Weather Awareness Week. Story County EMA, Iowa Homeland Security & Emergency Management, & the National Weather Service want to remind the public that severe weather season is right around the corner. Read on...
Flash Flooding Safety
Flash flooding and other flood events, over the long term, kill more people in the United States than other types of severe weather. Read on...
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Our Story
We are pleased to release the 2014 Annual Report of the Story County Board of Supervisors, detailing 
accomplishments and key highlights from 2014.

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