Once the storm has passed, assess the condition of yourself and your family. If your home has lost power, go to a designated public shelter. Avoid driving in sleet, rain or dense fog where possible. Wear warm, loose fitting, lightweight clothes. Assist the elderly and infants. Ensure that your pets are safe and well fed.
What to Do After a Storm
If you have no power after a storm go to a designated public shelter. Stay warm, minimize travel and ensure that elderly, infants and animals are safe.
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