Hey #Hurricane #Irma – You are awfully purple.
Information from NHC and is current as of 09-04-17 at 1700 EST.
I don’t think I like the look of this Category-4 Hurricane now.
I better pack an extra pair of board shorts…
Despite the plethora of bad information being spread around, here’s the official track of Hurricane Irma.
Information from NHC and is current as of 09-04-17 at 0500.
Please plan accordingly.
A few home safety tips on surviving catastrophic flooding.
Stay safe out there.
Are you checking out the solar eclipse?
Here’s another great quick video with numerous tips on safety for viewing the upcoming solar eclipse with one of my favorite NWS-Sacramento Meteorologist Brooke Bingaman.
Keep it safe while viewing the solar eclipse!
The weather is about to get NAST!
I’m no meteorologist, but I think this is a bad sign when clouds look like this. #fugly
Tune into your local National Weather Service (NWS) Office for more details about weather in your specific area.
There are 122 of them. All staffed 24/7.
They provide info. For free.
Reporting live and running inside now…
Another great day in Georgia talking about preparedness to various pros.
Special thanks to Glynn County (GA) EMA Director Jay Wiggins for hosting the class…
…and special thanks to Laura Ginn who coordinated efforts on behalf of everyone in City, County, and State of Georgia.
Glad to see so many participants here to learn but more importantly, share information and challenges and success stories they found within their community. Espically when it comes to senior care and supportive care – these issues need to be talked about openly and various members of family and staff need to be aware of challenges they may face when disaster strikes.
Aside from www.ready.gov program – there are a ton of other agencies to follow to ascertain great and trusted information.
Remember, a short time ago, this entire area was hit by Hurricane Matthew with MANDATORY evacuations.
Building these kinds of relationships before a disaster can only strengthen our efforts in response and recovery.
Plus, it’s super awesome to hang with like-minded individuals who are so dedicated to preparedness.
Be safe peeps!