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Meteorological Disasters

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Top Meteorological Disasters Articles

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  • Prepare Now!

    Prepare Now!
    Getting yourself, your home, your car and your boat ready for the storms ahead. Get the essentials ready now: when you are collecting supplies to see you through the storm, make sure there is enough of everything for two weeks. Keep these goods in a...
  • As A Storm Approaches

    As A Storm Approaches
        Last Minute Shopping Inside Your House Outside Your Home Car Preparations When a hurricane watch is issued, it's time to get busy. But, above all, remain calm! A hurricane watch activates emergency officials from the federal, state, parish and city...
  • To Stay or Go? Emergency Shelter List and Contraflow Maps

    To Stay or Go? Emergency Shelter List and Contraflow Maps
    To stay or to go: it may be the most important decision you face during the hurricane season! It's a decision best made now, when you're calm, long before a storm hits. But in some cases, the choice may not be yours. Stay tuned to ABC26 or the Emergency...
  • After the Storm

    After the Storm
    The hurricane has passed but there is still danger. There may be no more winds or high water, but hazards still abound. A wrong step could be fatal. -------------------- Get Your Re-Entry Information Getting Your Home in Order Restoring Utilities What...
  • Preparing Children & The Pillowcase Project

    Preparing Children & The Pillowcase Project
    During a disaster, children's fears can intensify. Long before hurricane season begins, parents should begin explaining to children what hurricanes are, the dangers they pose and the safety measures to take against them. Here are some things parents can...
  • Emergency Phone Numbers & Web Links

    Emergency Phone Numbers & Web Links
            ++++++++++++++++++++ || American Red Cross : http://www.redcross.org (866)GET-INFO or (866)438-4636 ++++++++++++++++++++ || Central Louisiana  (Alexandria) || (318)442-6621 || || Louisiana Capital Area ( Baton Rouge) || (225)291-4533 || ||...
  • Up and down guard play dooms U.Va.

    When Virginia's Jontel Evans glanced at the Greensboro Coliseum scoreboard with 42 seconds left in regulation Thursday and realized U.Va. had built a 10-point lead on Miami, he felt better about his chances of playing at least one more day this season....
  • Metairie Storm Damage

    Metairie Storm Damage
    In addition to flooding strong storms in Metairie sent a tree crashing through the roof of a home. WGNO News Reporter Vanessa Bolano reports it was a terrifying ordeal for the home owner and her dog. There's unwanted action in a Metairie neighborhood....
  • Georgia WR Jontavious Carter commits to Hurricanes

    Wide receiver Jontavious Carter of Crisp County High in Cordele, Ga., has committed to the Miami Hurricanes for the 2012 class. Carter makes pledge No. 8 in new head coach Al Golden’s first full year of recruiting. Carter’s grandmother Donna...
  • U.Va. blows another late lead against Miami, bows out of ACC tournament early

    U.Va. blows another late lead against Miami, bows out of ACC tournament early
    Where shall we start? The four turnovers in the final 21 seconds of regulation? The four missed free throws in the final minute-and-a-half? The overtime surrender? The dazed expressions in the funeral parlor of a locker room? All of it was part of an...
  • Tar Heels lucky to survive Miami in ACC tournament

    Tar Heels lucky to survive Miami in ACC tournament
    Eight minutes into Friday's ACC tournament quarterfinal against Miami, North Carolina coach Roy Williams jerked his starters in favor of five walk-ons. And why not? The scrubs surely couldn't do any worse. The Tar Heels had nine turnovers, three field...