HURRICANES

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New model simulations of future Atlantic hurricane seasons suggest that higher greenhouse gas emissions will reduce vertical wind shear in an inconvenient place: along the U.S. East Coast. This means increased intensity and frequency of hurricanes placing over 118 million people in jeopardy. There is a relationship between the frequency and intensity of hurricanes relative to social vulnerability – with factors such as poverty, access to social services, an aging population, and higher mobility problems. 

If you choose to live in the impact zone, you should at a minimum investigate. plan, and rehearse your escape route when the next hurricane barrels inland. The greatest damage usually is not the sustained high winds but the flooding from torrential downpours and the tidal surges. The widespread flooding is caused by the wind and pressure pushing seawater ashore into homes and communities. 

Many who dare to ride out the storm take such fool's risks lightly and pay with their lives. However, if you wish to protect your property and home there are options under the PROPERTY section at this link.

Cleaning up after a hurricane disaster is a major task and you'll need the correct tools to do so. Chainsaws like the 16" Dewalt Flexvolt are required to remove the fallen trees.Generator Power like the Westinghouse WGen9500 for lights, charging electric tools, HVAC, refrigerators are a must 

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