Showing posts from January, 2023

On Our Final Journey On the "Virtual Route 66" For January 2023: Reuniting with Loved Ones After a Disaster

  How can you reunite with loved ones after an emergency? If you can’t get in touch with a loved one after a disaster, locate them with help from FEMA and the Red Cross. Understand what hotlines and search tools are available to you.  Learn more about finding friends and family in the wake of an emergency .  

Notations On Our World (Special Edition): @RepJeffries at National Action Networks Annual #MLK2023


On Our "Virtual Route 66" : On Climate Change & Mitigation-Some #RandomThoughts

    The  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrative (NOAA)  has forecasted a Wind Advisory in Orange County between 4 p.m. today, Monday, January 9 through 4 p.m. Tuesday, January 10. They are also forecasting 2-3 inches of widespread rain, with a Flood Watch between 2 a.m. through 10 p.m. Tuesday, January 10 in certain Orange County areas. Flash flooding occurs when too much rain falls too fast and too long for the ground to absorb all that water.   You can stay prepared ahead any of any possible flooding by following these recommended precautions : Be alert to signs of flash flooding and be ready to evacuate at a moment's notice. Don’t park your vehicle along canals, streams or other waterways. Avoid areas subject to flooding, including dips, low spots and ditches. Look out for rapidly rising water. If driving in heavy rain, look out for flooding at highway dips and bridge underpasses. Do not attempt to drive across a flooded road. The depth of the water is not always obviou