Winter Weather Preparation
Blustery winter weather is fast approaching. SERVPRO of Muskegon knows about severe weather and have helped many families and businesses in the area mitigate storm damage over the years.
Being prepared for inclement weather and knowing the difference between Advisories, Watches, and Warnings can help you stay safe this winter. The following are the definitions of various winter warnings from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA):
Advisory: issued when snow, blowing snow, ice, sleet, or a combination of these wintry elements is expected but conditions should not be hazardous enough to meet Warning criteria. Be prepared for winter driving conditions and possible travel difficulties. Use caution when driving.
Watch: issued when conditions are favorable for a significant winter storm event. Heavy sleet, heavy snow, ice storms, blowing snow, or a combination of these events are possible.
Warning: issued for a significant winter weather event including snow, ice, sleet, blowing snow, or a combination of these hazards. Travel will become difficult or impossible in some situations. Delay your travel plans until conditions improve.
SERVPRO of Muskegon has a team of highly trained technicians on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, call (231) 733-7601, and we'll restore your storm damage, "Like it never even happened."