It’s Wednesday, Feb. 1, and here are five things to know in Montgomery County.
1. Hypothermia Alert: Montgomery County is under a Hypothermia Alert until 4 p.m.
Montgomery County has issued a Hypothermia Alert for 10:00 pm Tuesday, 1/31 to 4:00 pm Wednesday, 2/1. Expect the wind chill to be at or below 32 degrees. Wear layers and take extra precautions if you spend significant time outdoors during that time: https://t.co/jMV4anGEFq pic.twitter.com/OHZtcjAfP2
— Montgomery Co OEMHS (@ReadyMontgomery) January 31, 2023
2. Rebate Program: Montgomery County will accept applications for the RainScapes Rebate Program starting today. The program, which offers rebates to homeowners who make improvements to reduce stormwater runoff, will close again on March 31.
3. Food Resources: See food giveaway events today in Montgomery County.
4. Libraries: Check out programs offered today with Montgomery County Public Libraries.
5. ICYMI: Montgomery County’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions decreased 30 percent from 2005 to 2020, according to the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) GHG emission inventories.
County’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Decreased 30 Percent Over 15-Year Period
And One More Thing: Residents are encouraged to stay current on changing weather conditions by signing up for ‘Alert Montgomery.’
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