Even if you won’t be affected by this weekend’s nor’easter Nemo, it’s a good idea to build up your knowledge about winter storms.
This Baby Steps post will help you know where to go to get reliable information on weather patterns, storm updates, and how to prepare.
We try to keep our followers updated by retweeting feeds from FEMA, The Weather Channel, NOAA, CNN, and other storm-watch centers. If you don’t have a smartphone you can still get updates on your computer, or other mobile device, as long as you have access to the internet. Click here to get started.
Baby Step 2: Find out what FEMA region you’re in. Visit FEMA’s website www.fema.gov.
The FEMA website is full
of reliable information. There’s so much information that it’s a little overwhelming at first. You might find it a bit difficult to navigate, but don’t give up. To find out what FEMA region you’re in click here
and scroll down to your state. Click on the map of your region and you’ll be taken to specific information about FEMA in your area.
Baby Step 3: Bookmark these sites for updates
Here are the websites we use for up-to-date information about predicted and current storms.
Baby Step 4: Read these informative pieces from our archive
Baby Step 5: Contact us with any questions you have.
We’re here to help so do not hesitate to get in touch with us! We’d love to answer your questions, swap ideas, point you to products, and help you prepare in anyway we can. Here’s how to get a hold of us:
For our readers in Nemo’s path, be safe this weekend!