Preparing for the 2021 Hurricane Season
On Wednesday, May 12, in the middle of 2021 National Hurricane Preparedness Week, the Environmental Protection Agency released its first comprehensively updated data on climate change in four years, adding twelve new climate change indicators and several years of data. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will make its predictions later in May, but communities who are…Read More May 20, 2021
Changing Weather Dynamics
Not too long ago, where you lived reliably dictated when and what type of weather conditions you should be aware of and prepared for. If you lived in the Midwest, from late spring into the early summer months, you could expect severe thunderstorms to roll in from the west, bringing lightning, rain, and too often,…Read More
Tropical Depression Cindy: Are You Prepared?
Tropical Depression Cindy made landfall early Thursday morning on the northern Gulf Coast and will continue to impact parts of the United States through Friday. Here are three things you should know to better prepare for possible impacts. 1) Heavy Rainfall Will Be the Primary Threat with Tropical Depression Cindy A widespread swath of more than 5…Read More June 22, 2017
Hurricane Season 2017 Is Here – Above Normal Season Predicted
The 2017 hurricane season has made it's grand entrance this year and forecasters are expecting it to be an above normal season. Hurricane season began on June 1 and runs through the end of November each year. On average, 12 named storms occur each season, with an average of 6 becoming hurricanes and 3 becoming…Read More June 20, 2017