Severe Weather Safety Graphics (13)

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This collections contains severe weather safety graphics
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February 16, 2016
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  • Graphic image shows picture of a flooded road. Text reads: Turn Around, Don't Drown. www.ready.gov/floods

    Graphic: Turn Around, Don't Drown.

    Graphic: Turn Around, Don't Drown. This graphic is part of the Flood Safety collection.

     

    Photo by Ready Graphic - Dec 16, 2015
  • Graphic reads: Prepare now. Flooding can happen anywhere. 1. Plan how toevacuate or prepare to stay on high ground if safe. 2. Stock up on supplies for home and pack a go-bag. 3. Review property & flood insurance.

    Graphic: Prepare Now for Floods

    Flooding can happen anywhere. Prepare Now for Floods.

    Photo by Ready Graphic - Jan 04, 2016
  • Graphic shows brush in a residential neighborhood ablaze with fire. Text reads: Clear all flammable brush and regularly clean roof and gutters around your home. ready.gov/wildfires #wildfire

    Graphic: Wildfire Tips

    Clear all flammable brush and regularly clean roof and gutters around your home. ready.gov/wildfires #wildfire

     

     

    Photo by Ready Graphic - May 21, 2015
  • Graphic shows a forest fire. Text reads: Going camping? Prevent wildfires by only starting campfires in designated areas. ready.gov/wildfires #wildfire

    Graphic: Wildfire Tips

    Going camping? Prevent wildfires by only starting campfires in designated areas. ready.gov/wildfires #wildfire

     

    Photo by Ready Graphic - May 21, 2015
  • Gráfica con una imagen de tornado y nubes en el fondo, explicando la diferencia entre una advertencia de tornado y una amenaza de tornado incluyendo información de seguridad. 
El texto de la imagen en tono blanco expone una advertencia de tornado con la traducción en ingles “Tornado Warning” y el texto: “se ha detectado un tornado. Busque refugio inmediatamente.”
El texto de la imagen en tono rosado expone una amenaza de tornado con la traducción en ingles “Tornado Watch” y el texto: “Es posible que se produzcan tornados. Manténgase atento a las tormentas que se acercan por medio de un radio meteorológico de NOAA o los medios de comunicación locales. Tenga presente la ubicación de su refugio en caso de que tenga que evacuar”.

    Gráfica: Advertencia de tornado vs. amenaza de tornado

    Esta gráfica explica la diferencia entre una advertencia de tornado y una amenaza de tornado incluyendo información de seguridad.

    Photo by FEMA Graphic - Mar 09, 2016
  • Tornado with stormy blue-grey sky. Text reads: Tornado Warning: A tornado is happening or imminent. Take shelter immediately. vs. Tornado Watch: A tornado is possible. Stay tuned to local radio/TV for info. Know where you'll shelter if you have to. Footer includes FEMA logo and NWS logo. Photo credit: OAR/ERL/National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL)

    Graphic: Tornado Warning vs. Tornado Watch

    Graphic explains the difference between a tornado warning and a tornado watch, and provides safety info.

    Photo by FEMA Graphic - Mar 09, 2016
  • Emergencies can happen at any time. Does your family know how to get in touch with each other if you are not all together? Before an emergency happens, have a family discussion to determine who wold be your out of state  point of contact and where you would met away from your home -- both in the neighborhood and within your town. The form has areas for the family to complete including names, addresses, phone numbers, and social media contacts for out of town contact, work information, school information, neighborhood meeting place, and regional meeting place.

    Graphic: Family Communication Plan

    Emergencies can happen at any time. Does your family know how to get in touch with each other if you are not all together? Before an emergency happens,...

    Photo by Ready Graphic - May 08, 2015
  • Serie de mapas con fondo azul por meses del año formando una animación fotográfica que muestra la actividad de tornados en Estados Unidos, durante el periodo de 1950 a 2013. Los tornados están representados por líneas de varios colores que representan la intensidad de los tornados. Mapas cortesía del centro de predicción de tormentas del servicio nacional de meteorología (SPC-NWS, por sus siglas en Inglés). Animación de FEMA.

    Gráfica: Más de 60 años de tornados en Estados Unidos

    Más de 60 años de tornados en Estados Unidos: Animación fotográfica que muestra la actividad de tornados en EE.UU., durante el...

    Photo by FEMA Graphic - Mar 11, 2016
  • Image of a downed electric line, on a country road with trees lining both sides. Text reads, Always keep gas generators away from homes and garages. #BeInformed and has a green bar at the bottom with a white Ready logo.

    Graphic: Generators [Twitter]

    Always keep gas generators away from homes and garages. Sized for Twitter.

    Photo by Ready Graphic - Sep 05, 2017
  • Image of a downed electric line, on a country road with trees lining both sides. Text reads, Always keep gas generators away from homes and garages. #BeInformed and has a green bar at the bottom with a white Ready logo.

    Graphic: Generators [Facebook]

    Always keep gas generators away from homes and garages. Sized for Facebook.

    Photo by Ready Graphic - Sep 05, 2017
  • Image of a purple sky with white lightening bolts. Text reads When thunder roars, go indoors. Green bar at the bottom of the image reads in white #BeInformed and shows a white Ready logo. 


Image of a  purple sky with white lightening bolts. Text reads When thunder roars, go indoors. Green bar at the bottom of the image reads in white #BeInformed and shows a white Ready logo.

    Graphic: Thunder [Twitter]

    When thunder roars, go indoors. Sized for Twitter.

     

    Photo by Ready Graphic - Sep 05, 2017
  • Image of a  purple sky with white lightening bolts. Text reads When thunder roars, go indoors. Green bar at the bottom of the image reads in white #BeInformed and shows a white Ready logo.

    Graphic: Thunder [Facebook]

    When thunder roars, go indoors. Sized for Facebook.

    Photo by Ready Graphic - Sep 05, 2017
  • Graphic on a green backgrownd shows various plugged in devices, including a tablet, an iphone, and android smart phone and a computer. It reads Charge Your Devices. For more tips visit www.ready.gov/get-tech-ready

    Graphic: Charge Your Devices

    Graphic: Charge Your Devices. For more tips visit www.ready.gov/get-tech-ready

     

    Photo by Ready Graphic - Nov 08, 2017