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Tips for preparing for and recover from severe weather

Safety After Severe Storms

Know how to deal after a thunderstorm, tornado or hurricane has passed through.

Protecting Your House When Lightning Strikes

This common weather hazard can cause significant damage. Here's how to prepare.

Lead Poisoning from Paint

If your home was built before 1970, lead may be present in lead-based paint, so read these safety tips.

If your area got hit hard, predators may arrive offering repairs. Learn to spot them.

Learn more about tsunami risks and prepare your family to act quickly should a tsunami occur.

Safety tips to help your severe wind emergency planning.

How to stay safe from these winds that can severely damage homes, landscapes, and people.

When a hurricane requires evacuation, here's what you can do to protect the house.

If you live in an area prone to severe weather, consider the protection of a safe room.

Know what storms are likely where you live — and what you can do to prepare.

With these reinforced rooms, your family can shelter in place until danger passes.

When severe weather looms, make sure your home is prepared for a power failure.

Generator safety tips for when you need a portable generator to provide temporary power to your home.

Winterizing your home to protect against snow and freezing temps can help withstand the ups, downs of winter.

The coldest months are around the corner. Learn tips to reduce the risks related to winter's chill.

Know what to do in order to avoid injury and property damage when lightning strikes.

The sun can put you at risk for heat related illness. Here are the warning signs and tips to prevent it.

Learn how to navigate snow, heavy fog, ice and more.

Be prepared for the storm, from minimizing damage to your property to prepping your emergency kit.

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