The Weather Outlook for Summer-Fall 2013: How It Affects Energy Prices and Your Electricity Bill + MORE

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Hurricane Preparedness Tips if Your Family Plans to Hunker DownYou’ve just found out that a hurricane is going to hit your area within 48 hours. An evacuation has not been ordered, but the storm is expected to have strong winds, torrential rain, and might possibly spawn a few tornadoes. You and your family have decided to stay home and ride out the storm.
That might be easier said than done, because no matter what the scale, powerful storms can always be dangerous…

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Prepare Your Family to Evacuate for a HurricaneThis summer’s hurricane season is expected to be more active than last year with storms threatening US coastlines from sunny Texas all the way to rocky Maine. It’s imperative to understand that extremely powerful hurricanes are possible and may force you to evacuate your family to safer ground…

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Since we’ve entered the heart of the summer, we wanted to take a bit of time to discuss those temperatures, their projections, and how they will affect your electricity bill.
Currently, the western part of the United States is experiencing above-average dry and warmer weather conditions. Most of the southwest and much of central plains states are in drought conditions again this summer…

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A Life Hack to Defeat Mosquitoes, Energy Grid Developments, and more Cool News for JulyJuly’s a great month for summer fun in the sun with plenty of water. Of course, there’s always the threat of too much of good thing, whether it’s annoying inconveniences like nasty mosquitoes, brown-outs that jolt your AC, or summer storms that dump too much rain. Fortunately, we’ve been on the lookout for neat life hacks and cool news to ease you safely through…

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Hurricane Preparedness: Real-Time Storm and Energy Infrastructure MapsEven though Tropical Storm Chantal eventually devolved into a tropical wave that brought lots of rain and wind to Hispaniola, Cuba, and South Florida, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t more storms on the way during the 2013 Hurricane Season.
No matter the name of the hurricane or tropical storm, the event could distress national energy supply by disrupting energy production on off-shore oil platforms, natural gas storage wells, pipelines and processing plants, fuel refineries, and port fuel terminals…

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