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  • severe weather is on the way.

  • So what do you do when the warning gets issued?

  • Mhm.

  • If you're a home, get to your basement cellar or safe room if you have it.

  • If you don't get to the lowest level of your home from there, find an interior room with no windows, such as a bathroom ah closet or a long interior hallway.

  • Corners tend to attract debris, so try to huddle in the center of the room.

  • Now that you're in the safest part of your house, focus on your body.

  • Grab a blanket, a helmet or even a pillow to place over your head and neck, just in case debris comes crashing down on you.

  • If that's not an option, get under a sturdy piece of furniture like a heavy desk or a table.

  • Remember, the key is to stay low to the ground, and you get us far away from windows as possible.

  • You also don't want to be caught off guard.

  • If you see that severe weather is forecast for your area, prepare ahead of time.

  • Start by getting together a go bag.

  • This could be a duffel bag backpack.

  • Any large bag will work put things inside like flashlights, medications, bottles of water and a sturdy pair of shoes, just in case you end up having to walk over glass or debris.

  • Also, put important paperwork inside of a Ziploc bag so it stays dry.

  • There is a significant risk of tornadoes the day severe weather is forecast.

  • Try to keep all your devices charged, just in case you end up losing power.

  • If you live in a mobile home, get out.

  • You are safer in your vehicle.

  • Then you are in a mobile home.

  • Make plans ahead of time to stay with a family member or friend that lives in a non mobile home.

  • If that's not an option, you can head to a library or police or fire station mhm.

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What To Do During Severe Weather

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/13
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