Over the next several weeks, we’ll be revisiting the sites of recent natural disasters to see how recovery is coming and how we can continue to help their efforts. And we’re starting in Moore, Oklahoma.
FEMA shares some tips to making your cell phone an emergency resource.
In the mindset of service, Eton Corp pledges to give a matching gift of an FRX2 preparedness radio for every purchase of an FRX2 through June 30, 2013.
Wednesday, Etón shipped out over 1,300 units, worth nearly $70,000, of turbine and solar-powered American Red Cross preparedness radios to displaced Oklahomans currently staying on the University of Oklahoma campus.
April 23-25, 1908, saw one of the worst bouts of severe weather in the U.S. – the Dixie Tornado Outbreak. Violent storms broke out from Texas to Tennessee, producing tornadoes in 13 states, including one F5 and two F4 tornadoes. One of the tornadoes, which spawned on April 24, 1908, leveled Purvis, MS, causing over 100 injuries and deaths, making it one of the top 10 deadliest storms in U.S. history.
April marks the beginning of tornado season. Are serious tornadoes predicted for 2012? A look back at 2011 severe weather trends and weather experts’ opinions on what’s coming in 2012 will help you stay ahead of the storms.
Each year, during April, May, June, and July, the United States experiences tornado season. While tornadoes can form at any time of the year, in any state of the US, tornado season most readily affects “tornado alley.”
Did you know that there are over 1,200 tornadoes a year in the US? This number is more than any other country in the world, so you need to ask yourself “am I prepared for a tornado?”