I have a attractive weather application on our iPhone that sends myself and others substituted alerts throughout the afternoon when there is the risk of extreme weather.
I believe some people who owe their lives to earthquake warnings that offered them sheer moments to dash to safety before their immediate area was impacted. If you live across the ocean from a important underwater tectonic plate movement, those weather alerts will tell you if there is an imminent tsunami on your horizon. In our neck of the woods, there’s a much higher risk of abrupt tornadoes than there is a tsunami, and that’s despite living far from tornado alley and only a few miles away from the ocean. In any event, at least I can rely on our weather app to warn myself and others of any abrupt weather-related emergencies or natural disasters. Lately I’ve been getting bizarre kinds of weather alerts altogether, 1s warning of heat advisories. These differ in exact definition from area to area, but 1 extreme takeaway is that they usually acbusiness weather that brings a abrupt heat wave that can have deleterious effects on human physical and mental health. This is especially pertinent if there is a record high on a random afternoon and you’d have no idea the weather is so sizzling outside if your weather app hadn’t already warned you how that was going to happen. It’s also a friendly warning to let you believe that your a/c is going to cycle more than official if you don’t prepare. I believe I’m not the only 1 struggling to afford a/c in the Summer heat, and my electricity bill goes up by $76 while I was in the Summer while I run the a/c throughout the afternoontime hours.