With the first blast of real cold air recently hitting our area, and forecasts of more coming to start out the new year, here are a few winter weather tips provided by FEMA. Help us help you so we don’t have to get out in that cold either!
With extremely cold temps affecting much of the country, keep these winter weather tips in mind and check in on neighbors who may need extra help. More info here: https://t.co/5eMw13iXPH #WinterSafety pic.twitter.com/VXEXAf32qy
— FEMA (@fema) December 28, 2017
#ItsSoCold If you must venture outdoors during extreme cold, dress in layers. Cover exposed skin to reduce your risk of frostbite or hypothermia. Try to seek shelter from the wind while outside. Once inside, change into dry clothing if you are wet. #WinterSafety pic.twitter.com/5PsY6qij0q
— femaregion5 (@femaregion5) December 28, 2017