Summers in Oklahoma can be very hot and humid. Know what to do if you experience heat stress or heat illness and the signs to look for. Below are some helpful fact sheets and links to sites where you can get more information.
BEAT THE HEAT
Every Thunderstorm Can Be a Risk
Severe Weather - Anytime in Oklahoma
Would you know what to do in the event of a severe thunderstorm or tornado?
- Learn important information on how to be prepared at home (PDF)
- Find weather preparedness information on what to do at OU (PDF)
- Find suggested buildings and best available refuge areas on the OU Norman Main Campus (PDF)
- Download a map of OU Norman Main Campus buildings and best available refuge areas (PDF)
- Download a map of OU Norman Main Campus Student Housing best available refuge areas (PDF)
NOVEMBER BRINGS COLDER WEATHER
Earthquakes have been on the rise in recent years in Oklahoma. In 2014 Oklahoma officially became the most seismically active state in the lower 48, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, with 567 temblors magnitude 3.0 or greater. Below are some helpful fact sheets and links to sites where you can get more information about earthquakes.