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Severe Weather Planning

1/24/2020 (Permalink)

Severe Weather Planning

If your family already has a severe weather plan in place, that’s great! Just be sure to practice and discuss your plan at the start of the various weather seasons so everyone knows exactly what to do.

If you’ve not yet created one, start here by taking a look at some things to take into consideration when creating it:

1. Emergency Alerts

If you have a weather app or Google on your smartphone, you can quickly receive emergency alerts, which gives you with valuable time in severe weather situations. We still have radio and television to broadcast warnings and alerts too. 

2. Evacuation Routes

Have several evacuation routes mapped out before you need them will help should a hurricane, flood or fire force you from your home in a hurry. It’s wise to have multiple routes mapped out in case one is impassable. 

3. Storm Shelter Options

Know your local storm shelter locations and options to avoid confusion and panic. 

4. Safe Place to Meet

Power could be lost, phones could be misplaced, and if there is no power, you will not be able to recharge them when needed. Set up a safe meeting place for your family, so that you can all meet there if separated.

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