This summer remember to:
1) Drink plenty of water, even if you do not feel thirsty.
2) Dress in loose-fitting, lightweight, and light-colored clothes.
3) Check on neighbors who do not have air conditioning.
More: Extreme Heat Safety Tips
From our guest blog post:
“Homeowners remove fuel sources from their property, stack it at the end of the road, and we coordinate the chipping and removal of the material at no cost to individuals.”
Read more from the CO Springs Fire Dept.
Since April 30, FEMA has helped 14,682 families in #Mississippi , #Alabama & #Florida recover from the late April severe weather outbreak
July 15 is the deadline for Alabama residents to apply for FEMA assistance for the April 28-May 5 severe weather t.co/29l3wtJBas
Re-tweetRT @GeorgiaEMA: It’s been 20 years since TS Alberto caused massive flooding in GA. Are you ready for floods? t.co/wzrG3Mh7Jj
Moderate Risk of Severe #Wx for #PAwx #NYwx , northern #WVwx & Western #MDwx t.co/vlWFqMY3uL t.co/s0KpBQo1Gs
Taping windows ahead of a hurricane won't prevent damage, but installing #DIY plywood storm shutters will. t.co/KSIJgt0Vmf