and a warning when it comes to severe weather.
CBS News Detroit’s meteorologist, Kylee Miller, gave an overview of Michigan’s Severe Weather Awareness Week on Monday.
The week runs until March 25th, and each day they will be discussing different topics to help people prepare and plan ahead.
Miller’s topic for the day was the difference between a watch and a warning.
A watch means that weather conditions are favorable for severe weather to occur, while a warning means that severe weather conditions are either happening or about to happen, and immediate action is necessary.
It’s important to be prepared and know the difference between these two terms to stay safe during severe weather events.