Florence is bearing down on South Carolina #SCWx

Hey South Carolina friends!

Florence is bearing down to you now. Here’s the current forecast from our friends at the  NHC.

What to do? How to prep?

Check out the South Carolina Emergency Management website for great tips on hurricane prep.

Easy to find preparedness stuff and, if you want, download their mobile app too!

Always be prepared peeps!

@rusnivek

 

A free app with preparedness info? #NatlPrep #EmergencyManagement

So many state emergency management agencies have apps that can help you prepare. Here’s a fine example of the @scemd app that has tons of #preparedness info on #hurricane #nuclear #winter #snow #thunderstorm #wildfire #flooding #thunder #tornado #safety

No matter what part of the country you reside or work, be better prepared with these kinds of free apps available to anyone.

#FREE #NATLPREP

So many free things you can do to better prepare yourself for an emergency or disaster.

@rusnivek

SnapChat added a map?

SnapChat added a map this AM.


Still unimpressed as it aggregates contacts and SnapChat stories.

Here are the instructions.


And you can ghost yourself too.


Not really useful for gathering general info.


Ghosting. Phleeze!

Maybe if I was friends with everyone.

Or maybe an open network. Duh.

@rusnivek

NRCC from Level II to Enhanced Watch #Hurricane #Matthew

From FEMA Disaster Operations:

Washington, DC, June 4, 2009 -- Part of the DHS seal, the FEMA logo and the DHS Flag, on the wall in the National Response and Coordination Center. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, Part of the DHS seal, the FEMA logo and the DHS Flag, on the wall in the National Response and Coordination Center. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

“Today, the National Response Coordination Center, in coordination with Region IV and field leadership, transitioned from Level II activation to an Enhanced Watch.”

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@rusnivek