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The Weimer Group Blog: weather

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By: Andrea Moyer Hurricane season is upon us!  We are at the peak of this delightful time of the year when late summer plans may well go awry due to these awesome funnels of destruction.  They’re etched on our memories and we attach the different types and levels of devastation, as unique as the storms themselves, to the hurricanes that produced them. READ MORE >>

Pennsylvania residents are no strangers to snow. While your Philadelphia home insurance may include winter weather damage, when you take a closer look at your policy, you may find yourself uninsured for flooding. As the snow around your home begins to melt, it can cause a lot of water to surround your home. READ MORE >>

Many Philadelphia home insurance policies cover property damage caused by storms. This is vital because broken branches and fallen trees are not uncommon during storms. Unfortunately your homeowners’ policy isn’t much help when it comes to entertaining the kids on rainy or stormy days. READ MORE >>

Be prepared: Put together emergency items before severe weather strikes It’s a good idea to put together an emergency kit to grab at a moment’s notice. Store your basic emergency kit in a waterproof container and remember to include: Flashlights for each person in your family and extra batteries. READ MORE >>

The news and images from Joplin, Missouri are just devastating. The destruction a tornado can do in an amount of seconds can be difficult to understand. Tornadoes are one of nature’s most powerful and destructive forces; a F5, the strongest and most violent of tornadoes, can level almost any house and its occupants. READ MORE >>

The safest place during a snowstorm or freezing rain may be your home, but sometimes you can’t avoid driving in lousy weather. Stay safe on the road with these tips: Keep your car in good condition. Regular maintenance and tune-ups will improve your car’s performance in the winter. READ MORE >>

Here in the Northeast we are anxiously awaiting our first “real” snowstorm”. Getting trapped in your car during a snowstorm can be a terrifying experience. But it doesn’t have to be, if you stay calm and follow these survival tips: Stay in your car. READ MORE >>

Any kind of storm—a hurricane, a blizzard, a severe thunderstorm—is scary. And the fear is realistic, considering the damage your home and your loved ones could suffer. Here’s how to stay safe when the weather outside is truly frightful: Prepare your home. READ MORE >>

PennDOT and The Weimer Group recommends that all drivers remove ice and snow from their vehicles before heading out on the roadways. If ice and snow dislodge from a person’s vehicle and strike another vehicle or pedestrian, causing death or serious bodily injury, the driver could be fined up to $1000 per offense. READ MORE >>

During the winter months, keeping toasty warm is more than just a matter of comfort—when you’re outdoors, it can be a matter of life or death. Watch out for these two hazards of freezing weather: Frostbite. Freezing of body tissues can cause permanent loss of feeling and movement in affected areas and may require amputation of the affected limb. READ MORE >>

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