After completing a a set of rigorous warning criteria, St. Louis Regional Airport has earned the designation of being a StormReady® Supporter. StormReady encourages communities and businesses to take a new, proactive approach to improving local hazardous weather operations and public awareness, according to information released by the National Weather Service.


Officials from the National Weather Service say St. Louis Regional is one of only a handful of airports nationwide to receive the designation, according to airport director David Miller.

Miller comments


To be recognized as a StormReady Supporter, an organization must have an Emergency Operations Plan which includes severe weather procedures; have more than one way to receive severe weather forecasts and warnings and to alert the public; have designated weather watchers; and have shelter areas designated and clearly marked.

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