Scientists are confident that the warming of the planet is changing the way storms behave. Here’s how.
Take stock of hazards, gather supplies, and make a plan.
Make a solid plan, and communicate it to your family well before a storm comes nearby.
First, learn the difference between a tornado warning and watch, and then take proper precaution.
A storm surge is an abnormal rise of water generated by a storm, over and above the predicted astronomical tides.
Plan now for a future emergency.
There are several different ways to think about how to measure the “worst” hurricane.
They’re all the same storm, but their name changes based on where in the world they form.
The eye of a storm is a circular area of calm, surrounded by high winds.
The five categories of the storm are related to their wind speed, but they also gives us insight to their potential for damage.
Document damage and clear hazards with adequate protection.
Knowing the difference between a hurricane warning and a hurricane watch can help you better decide when to stay and when to leave during a storm.
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