The Role of Weather Stations in Early Warning Systems for Natural Disasters

Natural disasters, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, earthquakes, and tsunamis, can cause significant damage to property and loss of life. In most cases, these disasters occur with little or no warning, leaving people unprepared and vulnerable. Early warning systems are critical in mitigating the effects of natural disasters and minimizing their impact on communities. One key element of these systems is weather stations, which provide vital information about changing weather patterns that could lead to disasters.