It’s warm and sunny today. The leaves are green, and a floral scent hangs heavy in the air. Local strawberries make a sweet, juicy dessert.
On a day like this, memories of the recent saturated spring begin to fade. The months when winter held us in its icy grip feel even more distant.
But any day this week, a pop-up thunderstorm could knock out the power. A heavy rainstorm could flood streets. And next winter, the risk for blizzards and ice storms will return like clockwork.
Acts of nature aside, nearby industrial accidents, chemical spills, or other manmade catastrophes are all possibilities that nobody wants to think about.
In the event of a disaster requiring either sheltering-in-place alone or evacuating, is your loved one prepared? Are you?Read More