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Whether you lose power from a hurricane, wind storm, downed tree, or flood, food safety during severe weather is important. If your power goes out, you should know how to keep the food in your refrigerator and freezer safe. Follow these easy steps to save money and keep your family safe from food poisoning.

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Eye of the Storm - center of the hurricane is known as the eye; here the air is calm, the temperature is warm, and the sun shines ~the spinning winds all around the eye are violent

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Fenton Milk Glass Poppies Student Lamp Shade Hurricane Gone With the Wind

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Remarkable, a dark and ominous tornado rolling through a city in northern India in mid-March. Winds whip as the photographer tries to hold the camera steady to capture the large, dusty funnel

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If you can survive the hurricane-like winds and ridiculous temperature change the sunset on top of Maui's only volcanic crater yields a view guarded by Hawaii's oldest observatory kept pure by the thin atmosphere.[OC][8034x3648]

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Cave of the Winds in Niagara Falls State Park. The "Hurricane Deck" is a must that puts you within 20 feet of the Bridal Veil Falls. Needless to say, you do get WET.

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