Montgomery County is subject to a variety of hazards, including severe weather. While many types of severe weather can occur year-round, this page will provide information on a selected seasonal hazard below. Weather information for all seasons can be viewed using the navigation bar on the left side of the page (desktop view) or the bottom of the page (mobile view).
In addition, check out the Additional Resources to learn about what to do during a power outage, how to decide between sheltering and evacuating, and how to build your own emergency kit.
Are you Ready to take the first step towards severe weather preparedness? Sign up for ReadyMontco emergency alerts here.
Click the images below to access up-to-date forecasts for your neighborhood from the National Weather Service - Mt. Holly and the WebCAD, a listing of active fire, EMS, and traffic incidents across Montgomery County.
|Seasonal Weather Safety Information: Flooding|
Failing to evacuate flooded areas, entering flood waters, or remaining after a flood has passed can result in injury or death. Flooding is a temporary overflow of water onto land that is normally dry. Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States. Floods may:
IF YOU ARE UNDER A FLOOD WARNING, FIND SAFE SHELTER RIGHT AWAY!
HOW TO STAY SAFE WHEN A FLOOD THREATENS
Be Safe After
Instead, contact your electric provider. The majority of Montgomery County is served by three electric utility providers. Click the following links to view real-time outage maps for each provider. There are also options to report your outage.