Hurricanes can be devastating and can leave behind all sorts of destruction …on people, as well as property. If a hurricane has passed through your area what should you do first? Here are some things you need to be aware of after a hurricane has done its damage in your town.
Severe Weather Tips
Whether you're heading to the beach, skiing in the mountains, or simply sending your kids off to school, you'll really appreciate these weather event tips. From snow shoveling etiquette (yes, there is such a thing) to what to do in a natural disaster like a flood or hurricane evacuation, our weather experts can help. Learn what you need to have on hand and other helpful tips for surviving severe weather.
How do you feel about gambling on the weather? Now you can buy weather insurance to protect you from delays and cancellations due to bad weather! Think: rain insurance, snow insurance, temperature insurance, wind insurance, severe adverse weather and event cancellation, as well as travel insurance and trip insurance.
Here are some tips to help you get prepared in the event cold weather rudely barges in to your neighborhood. Here, you’ll find everything from tips to stay warm, to a list of links to online stores selling cold weather gear.
Here are the best instructions I could find for making temporary roof repairs in the event that a storm — like a hurricane or tornado — has crossed paths with your house. See how to fix your damaged roof using a tarp and some boards.
The one-of-a-kind water escape tool that everyone’s talking about is the Life Hammer. You can use it to escape from a car accident or use it to rescue someone else who’s trapped in their vehicle. I’m getting a Life Hammer for friends & relatives this Christmas.
Do you know how long you can survive without food? Without shelter? Without water? Without air? You should teach everyone in your family The Rule of Threes in case you ever find yourself stranded and seeking rescue.
See what the experts say you should pack for evacuation. Then compare that to what I packed when I was forced to evacuate recently.