Tag: Storms

Lightning and Thunderstorm Preparation and Safety

Lightning is a leading cause of injury and death from weather-related hazards. Although most lightning victims survive, people struck by lightning often report a variety of long-term, debilitating symptoms. Thunderstorms are dangerous storms that include lightning and can: Include powerful winds over 50 MPH; Create hail; and Cause flash flooding and tornadoes. IF YOU ARE UNDER A THUNDERSTORM…

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Safety, Preparation, How To’s For Emergencies, Weather, Prepping and Survival

Here is our suite of informative articles to keep you safe and prepared. We’ll add more as seasons and situations change. Winter, Snow, Ice and Storms Road Safety Basics Protecting Property From Freezing Weather How to Prepare for Power Outages and No Electricity Bug Out Bag List Civil Riots and Protests Near You Severe Weather…

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No Power in Freeze Angers Even the Indoctrinated Citizens to Question San Antonio Mayor’s Socialist Agenda

Within weeks of becoming mayor of San Antonio, Texas, Ron Nirenberg proved he was no better than other socialistic leaders in America’s most dangerous and liberal controlled cities. Nirenberg’s first big act was to buy $17,000 curtains for his City Hall office. His second act was to adopt the Paris Accords. He was returning the…

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Questions Answered: Texas Get Ready for More Power Outages

ERCOT’s use of Energy Emergency Alerts Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has a progressive series of emergency procedures that may be used when operating reserves drop below specified levels. These procedures are designed to protect the reliability of the electric systemas a whole and prevent an uncontrolled system-wide outage. Per ERCOT Protocols and North American Electric…

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Mid-States From Dakotas to Texas Brace For ‘Once in a Generation’ Winter Storm

Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued a state of emergency across the entire state ahead of the arrival of the current winter storm, and requested a federal emergency declaration from the White House to establish additional resources for communities impacted. “Every part of the state will face freezing conditions over the coming days, and I urge…

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Actions to Take to Protect Property Damage During Freezing Weather

CleverJourneys offers readers the following tips for preventing property damage during freezing weather: Before Freezing Weather Wrap all exposed pipes located outside or in unheated areas of the home. Remove garden hoses from outside faucets. Insulate outside faucets with Styrofoam cover, rags or paper. Cover vents around the foundation of your home. Know where your…

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Hurricane Hanna Price Gouging Warning Alert

Following the severe weather and flooding in South Texas during Hurricane Hanna, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today warned that state law prohibits price gouging in the wake of a declared disaster. Under state law, once the governor issues a declaration, vendors are prohibited from charging exorbitant prices for necessities such as drinking water, food, batteries, generators, towing, clothing,…

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Storming Santa Claus

There was a fierce storm in Santa Claus. “It’s a hateful rain,” proclaimed Dodie as we traveled farther away from Louisville as fast as we possibly could. Earlier we stopped in Frankfort, Kentucky to pay our respects at American frontiersman Daniel Boone’s gravesite. He’s buried next to his wife Rebecca at one of the most…

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