In Texas, we are all well aware of how quickly a week of sunshine can turn into a week of arctic winter then just as easily cascade into days of severe storms the next. You know it, we know it. It’s time to be prepared for severe weather in Texas.
We’re officially into our 2020 Winter season in Texas. While that might not mean blizzards and snowmen, it’s important to be prepared for the new weather.
When a weather related power outage strikes your area, will you be ready? Read More.
It’s time to prepare for Texas sized storms and be weather-aware! Don’t forget, a power outage can strike at any second and it’s important to be prepared.
It’s important for all Texans to have a tornado preparedness plan and this week on the Wire blog we’re breaking out the flashlights and crank radios for tornado preparedness.
It has been wet, wet, wet across Texas in the last week. We feel like we will perpetually be dumping water from our boots, but now it seems like waters are rising elsewhere. Considering how dry things have been lately, we’re now seeing a surge in rising flood waters, high water rescues and thousands of dollars in home damages.