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Summer Storms: How To Stay Safe

7/24/2019 (Permalink)

Once again, that time of year has rolled around. While summer is such a beautiful here next to the Gulf, heading into late summer brings a whirlwind of crazy weather. Checking Tampa Bay’s forecast and seeing rain has become an everyday occurrence. Often times Gulf Coast residents are affected ted by mother nature’s wrath as they are struck with nature disasters.

As we are facing the upcoming months of hurricane season-June 1 through November 30- it is important to be prepared. While those living in Weeki Wachee and Springhill know our true peak hurricane season in roughly mid-August to late October, a deadly hurricane can unleash its wrath at any point in time. That is why it is always a good idea to take the potential lifesaving measures and prepare for such an event. 

Listed below are some tips to take when preparing for a storm and how to recover after a disasters strikes:


  • Create your emergency supply kit and a communication plan
  • Unplug all electronics and appliances
  • Secure outdoor items that might blow away or cause damage
  • Shutter windows and doors. If there are no shutters, close window shades, curtains, or blinds


  • Employ a battery-operated NOAA Weather Radio for official updates
  • Avoid corded phones. Cordless and cellular phones are safe to use
  • Do not touch electrical equipment or cords
  • Stay away from windows and doors


  • Do not drive through a flooded roadway
  • Stay away from storm-damaged areas, especially downed power lines

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