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Prepare for a winter storm with these winter storm safety tips from the Red Cross. You should be prepared in order to remain safe during snowstorms and winter storms.


Blizzard Safety Check the Forecast and Watch the Weather: Listen to the radio or TV for watches and warnings. A Winter Storm Warning for most Colorado's Front Range communities usually means a snowfall of at least 6 (15.24 cm) inches in 12 hours or 8 inches(20.32 cm) or more in 24 hours.


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Snow Storm Safety. Weather.gov > Safety > Snow Storm Safety . Winter Resources . Heavy snow can immobilize a region and paralyze a city, stranding commuters, closing airports, stopping the flow of supplies, and disrupting emergency and medical services. The weight of snow can cause roofs to collapse and knock down trees and power lines.


WINTER STORM SAFETY. A major winter storm can last for several days and be accompanied with high winds, freezing rain, sleet, heavy snowfall and cold temperatures. Winter storms can make driving and walking extremely hazardous. Always listen to the radio and television for the latest information and instructions for your area.


Storm Safety. Severe storms can occur any time of year. Be prepared for storms and know how to stay safe. Having an outage kit at your home or business is a great way to stay prepared in the event of an outage.


Weather.gov > Safety > Severe Thunderstorm Safety Severe Thunderstorm Resources Severe thunderstorms are officially defined as storms that are capable of producing hail that is an inch or larger or wind gusts over 58 mph. Hail this size can damage property such as plants, roofs and vehicles.


Thunderstorm Safety: When a thunderstorm threatens, protect yourself by taking cover within your home, a large building, or a hard-topped automobile. Do not use the phone except in the case of an emergency. If you are caught outside, do not stand under tall trees or telephone poles because lightning has a tendency to strike these tall objects.


Hazards/Precautions. In addition to cold stress, there are other winter weather related hazards that workers may be exposed to when performing tasks such as driving in the snow, removing snow from rooftops, and working near downed or damaged power lines.


Winter storms create a higher risk of car accidents, hypothermia, frostbite, carbon monoxide poisoning, and heart attacks from overexertion. Winter storms and blizzards can bring extreme cold, freezing rain, snow, ice, and high winds. A winter storm can: Last a few hours or several days; Knock out heat, power, and communication services; and Place older adults, young children, and sick ...