Winter Weather Tips

By: James Jackson Email
By: James Jackson Email

It is very important to be prepared for whatever comes our way since this storm seems to be just one big guessing game.

You'll want to prepare your self with a disaster supply kit, which should include things like a flash light, first aid kit, canned goods, a can opener, and bottled water, at least a gallon per person per day and enough to last 3 days.

A battery powered radio is also good to have as well as extra batteries and toilet paper.

It's important to stay inside during the storm, but if you must go out wear extra layers and have extra scarves and gloves on hand. You'll may want to help neighbors who need extra assistance including the elderly and people with disabilities.

Make sure you also avoid driving until road conditions have improved.


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