Just in time for tornado and hurricane season, we are very pleased to officially announce availability of the American Red Cross ZoneGuard weather alert clock radio.
Hurricane Sandy was one of the deadliest and most destructive hurricanes in American history. As we approach six months since, we are examining the response, recovery, and rebuilding that has taken place in Super Storm Sandy’s wake.
Take heed of the following home safety tips after the Hurricane Sandy has passed, as presented by http://ready.gov.
Sandy’s current stretch is a sound reminder to always have storm preparation on the mind, especially during hurricane season. Have these apps on hand during this Hurricane Sandy.
Hurricane Irene wreaked havoc on the east coast last summer, causing millions of dollars in damage, killing power for more than nine million people and taking at lest 44 lives across 13 states. How does the area look one year later?
On average, about ten named storms strike during Hurricane Season—three to six that become major hurricanes. Cities that reside along the Atlantic Coast are wise to create city-wide hurricane preparedness plans that not only protect the city, but help educate their citizens on how to brace themselves for a hurricane.
Though Hurricane Irene has passed, residents on the East Coast are still working to clean-up after the storm.
From the tornadoes in Alabama to the tsunami in Japan, we’ve seen plenty of disasters this year. Each and every time these disasters strike, an amazing thing happens — other people swarm to help. Hurricane Irene is no different. While the damage might not have been as widespread, there are still plenty of people in need of help.
As Hurricane Irene bears down on the upper east coast of the US, make sure you and your family are prepared. Even if you don’t live in the area, contact family that does to ensure they’re aware of what’s happening and are taking the proper precautions.
As Hurricane Irene makes her way toward the upper east coast, it’s crucial that everyone in her path is prepared. While the hurricane is currently weakened, it’s not likely to stay that way.