Heads up to Hurricanes and Disaster Preparedness

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Tornadoes, floods, thunderstorm winds, hail, lightning, heat, wildfires, rip currents and tsunamis - spring is three months of danger that can imperil the unprepared.

Spring is a time of transition, it roars in like a lion and continues to roar across the United States. Late-season snowstorms can impact the East Coast and the Northern Plains, thunderstorms rip across the South and Midwest, rivers overflow their banks, and heat waves begin in the Southwest. And there’s one hazard that can strike the coasts at any time: tsunamis.

Don’t let this dangerous season catch you unprepared. Get ready for spring with just a few simple steps:Know Your Risk, Take Action and Be a Force of Nature.

1. Know Your Risk
Tornadoes, floods, thunderstorm winds, hail, lightning, heat, wildfires, rip currents and tsunamis can be a killer for the unprepared.

2. Take Action
While the weather may be wild, you are not powerless. Prepare for spring hazards including tornadoes,floods, thunderstorm winds, hail, lightning, heat, wildfires, rip currents, and tsunamis.

3. Be a Force of Nature
Being prepared is about helping your community. Share your weather and emergency preparedness story and you’ll inspire others to prepare.

Information provided by: www.noaa.gov

History teaches that a lack of hurricane awareness and preparation are common threads among all major hurricane disasters. By knowing your vulnerability and what actions you should take, you can reduce the effects of a hurricane disaster.

Hurricane hazards come in many forms, including storm surge, heavy rainfall, inland flooding, high winds, tornadoes, and rip currents. The National Weather Service is responsible for protecting life and property through issuance of timely watches and warnings, but it is essential that your family is ready before a storm approaches. Furthermore, mariners should be aware of special safety precautions when confronted with a hurricane.

Download the Tropical Cyclone Preparedness Guide (PDF) for more information. But remember, this is only a guide. The first and most important thing anyone should do when facing a hurricane threat is to use common sense.

Information provided by: www.noaa.gov

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