Wednesday, August 30, 2006
Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Tropical Storm Watch-A tropical storm watch is issued when tropical storm conditions, including winds from 39 to 73 mph, pose a possible threat to a specified coastal area within 36 hours.
Hurricane Watch-A hurricane watch is issued for a specified coastal area for which a hurricane or a hurricane-related hazard is a possible threat within 36 hours.
Wind and Rain and Floods Oh,My!
Although not at hurricane strength Tropical Storms pack a punch.
THESE RAINS COULD CAUSE LIFE-THREATENING FLASHFLOODS AND MUD SLIDES.
Turn Around, Don't drown!
Floods - On the surface the river of water may look calm but the power lies beneath the surface.
If you are ever swept into the water (may that never happen) look for something to grab on to or float with, look for a way out! Remember it ain't over until the water buffalo sing.
Trapped in a car! look for away out. Ships float,Cars don't