How do you plan for a disaster? What supplies should you collect? What
would you do with your pet? The American Red Cross has assembled guides
on an array of topics from the family disaster plan to a checklist of
emergency supplies to specific weather situations that might be encountered.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) focus is on assisting
community planning and response to a possible disaster. By doing a search
on the site, you will have access to its extensive collection of materials.
Maps, guides, photographs, and videos.
Do you know what to
do if you see water crossing over a roadway, hear a tornado warning, or
feel tingling during a thunderstorm? These questions and more are covered
in the Severe Weather Safety Guides.
Weather Safety that includes Air Quality, Beach Hazards, Winter Weather, Drought Safety, Floods, Fog, Heat, Hurricanes, Lightning, Thunderstorms, Tsunamis, and Wild Fires.
This FEMA video teaches children what to do in different types of severe weather—such as tornadoes, hurricanes, and extreme heat or cold—and what they can do to prepare.