Weather-related problems are often unexpected and can be dangerous. Being prepared for a potentially hazardous situation could save your life.
With that in mind, we present our Winter Weather Guide. You will find tips, terms, weblinks and ideas that will help you be safer and better prepared for the threatening conditions that come with winter weather.
Don’t let the cold ruin your fun. Follow these tips to stay safe this winter.
Click here to visit the General Winter Weather Tips page.
View frequently asked questions about winter and winter weather.
Click here to visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Be prepared to respond to hazards during the winter season to keep yourself and your family safe.
Click here to visit the Winter Weather Safety page.
Winter driving can be very dangerous at times due to poor road conditions and reduced visibility caused by heavy and blowing snow. Being prepared could save your life.
Click here to visit the Winter Driving Tips page.
Keep yourself and your family healthy during cold and flu season.
Click here to visit the Winter Weather Health page.
Your home can be a cozy, warm place away from a harsh winter, but it can also become dangerous if you don’t take special precautions when it comes to fire safety.
Click here to visit the Winter Fire Safety page.
As your body becomes older, it becomes less able to respond to long exposure to cold winters. Stay warm and safe this winter.
Click here to visit the Protecting Older People page.
Extremely cold temperatures can put you in danger of frostbite and hypothermia.
Click here to visit the Protecting Your Body page.
Winter can be a particularly difficult time for pets
Give your pet a safer, healthier weather season by following these tips.
Click here to visit the Protecting Your Pets page.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is highlighting ten tips for Americans to protect their health, save money, and lower energy while enjoying the winter holiday season.
Click here to visit the EPA’s 10 Tips page.
View these links and resources to better prepare yourself and your family for winter.
Click here to visit the Useful Links and Resources page.