Youâ€™ve probably heard the phrase lightning never strikes the same place twice. So, why does the National Weather Service report the Empire State Building receives an average of 25 strikes per year?
Youâ€™re probably familiar with emergency kits, but what about â€śemergency kitty litterâ€ť?
Have you ever left a can of soda in the freezer? As the weather gets colder, frozen pipes can expand the same way, and eventually burst
Two and a half minutes â€“ thatâ€™s all it takes for a candleâ€™s flame to engulf an entire room.
Whether you own a yacht, small fishing boat, or are just along for the ride, safety is important. For smooth sailing, make sure you follow these tips:
When the sky starts rumbling and flashing, you might be the type to nervously turn up your music and pretend you canâ€™t hear anything. Or maybe youâ€™re the type to step outside for a better look – well, both of these responses are dangerous! Every year, lightning strikes the ground approximately 25 million times and costs nearly $1 billion in insurance losses. In honor of National Weather Serviceâ€™s Lightning Safety Awareness Week, hereâ€™s some tips to stay safe when lightning strikes: Have an electrician install a whole house surge protector on your breaker panel Each lightning strike can produce 1 …