Natural disasters can be scary to endure, even as grown adults. Just imagine being a child in the center of the storm, and completely dependent on an adult to guide them. Would your know how to speak with your child about how to weather the storm?
Watching natural disasters unfold around us, both on the news and even right in our backyards, is devastating. What helps during the most trying times is the willingness of others to extend a hand and assist their fellow man.
If you live in a natural disaster prone region, you likely worry about the threat that weather has on the safety of your home and therefore your family. No matter what region of the country you live in, being a homeowner requires you to consider your plan of action prior to storm season.
In 2012, winter storms will be named by the Weather Channel to make it easier for people to discuss them on social media. That means, instead of simply discussing the serious snowfall or blizzard in your region, you’ll have a true-blue storm name to use, make a hashtag with, or tag in Facebook photos.
No matter where you live—it’s nice to know what kind of weather to expect as you head out for the afternoon, a weekend trip or a full-length vacation. Not sure which weather app is right for you? Here are 4 weather apps we find to be very helpful.