Believe it or not, hurricane season is here, and those ferocious storm systems can cause widespread devastation during and after it occurs. Forming over ocean water and often moving fast toward land, they threaten our summers with high winds, heavy rainfall,
storm surges, coastal and inland flooding, rip currents, and even tornadoes.
These effects can injure or kill people, disrupts all sorts of things like transportation and communication, and can pollute your drinking water! Be better prepared for this hurricane season by following Preferred Mutual’s guide to Prepare, Survive,
The National Weather Service (NWS) issues alerts when weather conditions make hurricanes more likely. Smart phones also push emergency service messages through, even when you
put your phone on “Do not disturb.” Know when to take action, and always have a plan! Check out FEMA for more information on how you and your family can prepare
for hurricane season.
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