A collection of written and video resources with information about what to do before, during, and after a wildfire -- as well as information about wildfire ecology. Example resources include: creating a plan to protect or evacuate animals when a wildfire looms; a link to a U.S. Forest Service map that displays active fires; fire evacuation checklist; and looking for hidden dangers on property following a fire.
Provide safe, cost effective, and timely response of national and area resources for all aspects of wildland fire management activities and other emergency management activities within the Rocky Mountain Area (RMA). RMACC cooperates with the National Interagency Coordination Center (NICC) in delivery of the national mission. This mission shall be accomplished through planning, situation analysis, needs projection, and activation of emergency resources through interagency cooperation.
Delivers real-time products and information that predict and describe climate variations on timescales from weeks to years thereby promoting effective management of climate risk and a climate-resilient society.
Consider signing-up to be a CoCoRaHS volunteer -- a person who measures and reports precipitation (or lack of) on a daily basis (or near daily basis). CoCoRaHS volunteers play an important role in helping to document the amount of precipitation an area does or does not receive. Do you have questions about becoming a CoCoRaHS volunteer in Wyoming? Contact Tony Bergantino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit a report about the conditions in your area from too dry to too wet. You can upload photos to this system showing an area, such as a stock pond, for the current year compared to a similar timeframe during a more normal year.
Provides information and tools to help ranchers, public land managers among others to help plan drought scenario exercises in the process of planning and managing mitigation and response activities for a hypothetical drought.
Weather & Climate Information
The NWS provies weather forecasts, warnings of hazardous weather, and other weathere-related products to organizations and the public for the purposes of protection, safety, and general information. Click on' the + sign to the right for a list of the 5 NWS offices that serve the people of Wyoming.