Snowstorm Preparation Tips

Every year, New York faces a snowstorm that can lead to a serious problem like, health and public services in terms of power failure. So, people who live in a kind of place like that have to be prepared for snowstorms.

1 – Having a shovel. Shovels can help you to get rid of snow that blocks your house entrances and your car.

2 – Flashlights. Make sure that you have a good quality of batteries and lamps with a new battery.

3 – Candles. When the power failure, candles are an old fashion way to light your house.

4 – Food non-perishable. Canned of soups and vegetables, dryer food, and grains, such as, rice and pasta. Make sure that you have enough for a whole family for at least three or four days. Make sure that you have a can opener as well.

5 – Water. In case if the pipes froze.

6 – Blankets and warm clothing. Because in a big storm, the electricity might be cut and the heater will not work. So, these blankets and clothes can keep the heat of your body stable.

7 – First aid. You never know what kind of injuries or emergencies will happen, so make sure you have bandages, antiseptic, antibiotic ointment, painkillers.


4 Comments Add yours

  1. trini1986 says:

    Very good advice, when I was stationed upstate NYC while being in the army, the weather was 10times worst than what we get down here, and the army always ensured we had our survival kits ready, at home or in our vehicles.

  2. naifalbarzan says:

    I wish to not have another storm for this winter!! It really sets me down! Thanks for theses advices

  3. abaalkhaila says:

    Thank for theses advice. I hope there is no any other storm

  4. PEUNG110 says:

    It’s good for preparing for snowstorm or disaster. Thanks for the tips!

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