Find out what to do with electrical outlets and switches after a flood.
Find out what to do if you're trapped in your vehicle during a flood.
Tornadoes, lightning, hurricanes — all forms of severe weather can be deadly if proper safety precautions aren't taken.
Read our guide on floods to learn flood types, effects and tips to stay safe.
It's crucial to formulate a plan now to protect your family and pets in case bad weather strikes.
Use these flood control fixes to help prevent flood damage to your home:
Hurricanes are tropical cyclones that form in the western hemisphere and the Atlantic Ocean.
Hurricanes and evacuations can happen with little notice, so make your plan ahead of time.
Make sure your food and water is protected after a hurricane with these tips.
During hurricane season, include a list of items that you can keep stocked in your home.
Prepare for hurricane season in advance and know what to expect when one hits.
Help prevent property damage that hailstorms can cause for your home.
Prepare your home and property for the potential hazards of high winds.
Read our guide to learn the causes, effects and hazards of thunderstorms.
A tornado is a strong rotating column of air, usually formed from a thunderstorm that makes contact with the ground.
In the event of a tornado, follow these common practices.
Heat and temperature are inextricably linked concepts, but they aren't the same. Let's examine the differences.
To the average person, heat exhaustion and heat stroke sound pretty similar.
A heat wave is an extremely dangerous weather condition where temperatures soar well above 90° F.