Don’t Wait. Communicate.
Events like the recent flooding in Louisiana, Hurricane Hermine approaching Florida, and Hurricane Lester in the Gulf remind us that weather can change at a moment’s notice.
Disasters don’t always occur when we are together with our family and friends, and so it’s important to take time now to plan what you will do in an emergency. It only takes a few minutes to talk through the greatest risks that can affect where you live, work or go to school.
This September and throughout the year here are few actions you can take to get started:
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Mid-August through mid-October represents the peak of hurricane season in the Atlantic basin. When there is tropical cyclone activity, please visit our Central Carolina SKYWARN Facebook for updates. We post frequently! During other times, you’ll find other items of interest. That website URL is https://www.facebook.com/CentralCarolinaSKYWARN/
As the days get shorter and temperatures fall, a new round of weather hazards are on the rise. This transitional season often features weather hazards seen during both warm and cold months, including hurricanes, wildfires, intense winds, flooding, droughts, early season snow and more.
Here’s what you need to know to stay safe this fall! Get ready for fall weather with preparedness tips from the National Weather Service. www.nws.noaa.gov/com/weatherreadynation/fall_safety.html