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June 22-28 is National Lightning Safety Week. #Lightning strikes may be dangerous, but you can protect yourself from risk even if you are caught outdoors when lightning is close by. Click to learn more.

#Hurricane season begins June 1. You can't stop a tropical storm or hurricane, but you can take steps now to protect yourself and your family. Be prepared and sign up for tips throughout hurricane season from CDC!

Check out this infographic from The Weather Channel on Tornadoes…find out which state has the highest number of tornadoes annually.

Tornadoes: The Power to Destroy Everything | Visual.ly

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Spring is the time of year when many things change—including the weather. Be prepared for storms, floods, and tornadoes this spring! Learn how: ow.ly/jcOY4

DIY emergency kits for your car, pet, and house.

How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit

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Know how to stay safe before, during, and after a #winter storm, including how to stay safe in a power outage, how to recognize hypothermia, and more: go.usa.gov/XUJ

Check out this infographic from the Red Cross on how Americans use social tools in emergencies.

Is your family ready for winter weather? Get your kids involved in preparing with Ready Wrigley’s winter weather adventure!

Another great DIY emergency kit for your car (under $25), especially equipped to handle anything winter has instore!

Winter Solutions – DIY Emergency Winter Car Kit | A Cowboy's Wife

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Winter is coming, are you ready? Have you developed a family communication plan? Have you weatherized your home and prepared your vehicle? Check out our new Game of Thrones-inspired winter weather preparedness eCard and checklist and take steps to stay safe and warm.

Winter is coming, are you ready? Do you have at least three days’ worth of emergency supplies? Share our Game of Thrones-inspired eCard to encourage your friends and family to be prepared for winter weather.

Did you know house fires occur most often in winter? Watch this video and learn how to avoid common fire hazards via FEMA.

Check out DEAF Inc's Earthquake Preparedness Video for the deaf and hard of hearing.

Check out this great DIY guide on creating an emergency kit for your car. Especially important if you're traveling for the holidays!

NIOSH provides guidance on personal protective equipment for flood cleanup, earthquakes, fighting wildfires, extreme heat, etc.

Did you know that 40% of businesses affected by disaster never reopen? Preparedness is critical for business continuity. Learn more from CDC Foundation’s infographic.

CDC Business Continuity

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Nearly half of U.S. adults do not have the resources and plans in place in the event of an emergency. Are you prepared? Join the #CDCchat on Friday, September 27 at 1PM ET.

Looking for lesson plans on weather? Check out NOAA's science page: oceanservice.noaa...

NOAA Fun for Kids

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