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Thanks so much scripts so how do people survived storms like these -- right now is meteorologist and author of extreme weather you've seen on TV for a long time Bonnie Schneider -- -- -- -- -- -- that I love this book because it is what people need you need a plan because they're so there's so much extreme weather out there let's start with the ice and the snowstorms like what we're seeing.
Colorado -- so far this winter here in New York -- had a little bit of snow came early in October but.
-- -- -- out for five days I got so -- -- mildly you know it's not over yet so you really do you have to be prepared for winter storms and unfortunately when it comes to winter storms and most of the accidents -- car.
When people are driving 70% of people.
Our impact did it when they're driving with -- -- and has caused injuries.
Sure what about floods which we do win win.
You know eventually -- gonna melt and there could be some -- well flooding you really wanna make sure that you're ready if you have to leave your house so you wanna plan ahead.
-- evacuation -- and of course avoid travel.
That most people that are -- their car really find it.
Problem happening very quickly only -- six inches of water to dislodge your Carson never try to walk through or drive through water you don't know how -- it is.
Yeah and that's the problem because you don't know it could be an inch.
Deep it could be ten feet deep right right want to sector really stepped.
You are stuck and you're -- if you don't listen to the experts when they say get off the island because a hurricane has come and -- we lost power five days as well just outside New York City when Hurricane Irene went through.
Hurricane Irene resident very very damaging and you know -- her keen to have that double threat of strong winds.
And flooding rain so if you're in areas susceptible to a hurricane or you're traveling to one know you're evacuation route and make your plans in advance.
And and know how to get out if you have to do and everyone should have -- no weather radio talk of it has a lot but it's so important because that radio has an alarm features if you go to bad.
And there's a warning it awaits U lot lets go all right -- have to get out in time and make sure.
You secure your windows and move away from them in your property because anything in -- in a hurricane or tornado can become.
The debris can become a missile and and just not your windows out in the simplest thing in your backyard -- should be tied down secured just in case.
Indeed the patio furniture you figure is not going anywhere a big win it didn't go right through your window absolutely but -- -- one of those special -- radius it's very nice and it comes with batteries but once the batteries are dead democratic.
And yet -- -- -- And let's get -- going because he'll need it for all types of storms.
Let's see you need a plan to check it all out in now -- his great book it's called extreme weather available everywhere thank you very lucky so much sense to see.
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