Take Steps for Early Storm Preparation
Warmer Temperatures and Northern Snowfall Expected Winter 2019-2020
Are you dreading the upcoming winter weather? The good news is this winter is expected to be a mild one for most of the United States. Much of the country will see average to above average temperatures in December while the northern US is forecast to turn colder January through April. The northern states will also see more than enough snow this winter with above average precipitation. However, winter storms are still highly probable, so it's important to be prepared. To learn more and find out about winter weather predictions in your area, visit the Winter Weather Outlook 2019 page.
Winter storms and blizzards can bring extreme cold, freezing rain, snow, ice, and high winds. Taking steps early to prepare for a storm is the best way to keep you and your family safe. Heavy snow and winds can create power outages that can knock out furnace activity, leaving your home vulnerable to dangerous temperatures.
Winter Weather Analysis
Winter weather variables such as ice, snow, and wind can cause outages
Amounts in red and purple can cause outages
Thankfully, there are steps you can take to prepare you and your family for a winter storm.
Below you will find a list that offers safety tips, emergency kit guidelines and pet preparation ideas to help you plan for a storm. Each article is filled with the best practices, tips and tricks to keep you and your family as safe as possible. We have post-storm information for storm aftermath and cleanup.
You will also find tips about how to winterize your home and tools as the cold and snow approach.