With the recent uptick in severe weather, it is critical to have a roof that is constructed to withstand wind-driven rain, snow, and ice and a yard that properly drains water to prevent flooding and landslides.
What policymakers and the general public need to recognize is that the homeless are aging faster than the general population in the U.S. This shift in the demographics has major implications for how municipalities and health care providers deal with homeless populations.
Singles who have filled their date cards are probably wondering whether to cancel their dates. Don't be a rain-flake. There are an abundance of songs about rain that are uber-romantic, so grab your umbrellas and mobile phones, but don't change your plans and please don't cancel your dates.
Our nation experiences some of the most extreme and dangerous weather in the world, and this winter, California faces a particularly severe threat. Forecasts are showing a strong and peaking El Niño that could deliver drenching conditions to the state and throughout the South.
According to the winter forecasts by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), El Niño will have a strong impact across the entire Western Hemisphere through at least February. What effect will it have on your travels?