Monday marks the start of MA Severe Weather Awareness Week. In partnership with the NWS and FEMA’s America’s PrepareAthon National Day of Action (Wednesday, April 30th) we’ll be looking at spring/summer time hazards that affect our region and what we can do to prepare to maintain a state of readiness to protect our families & businesses in the event of severe weather threats. Join us! #readyfoxboro #prepareathon
Get ready for America’s PrepareAthon! national day of action on April 30. Visit www.ready.gov/prepare today to register and take action to prepare your community for the Spring hazards: tornadoes, wildfires, floods, and hurricanes. #readyfoxboro #prepareathon
Be smart. Take part. Prepare. And join America’s movement to stay safe during disasters.
A Heat Advisory is in effect today from 11am to 8pm. Stay cool and stay safe this holiday weekend. Please check out these tips and safety rules from the National Weather Service to keep your family and guests from getting heat related illnesses.
And, don’t forget to check on your elderly neighbors or anyone who may at risk for heat related illnesses. Heat Stroke is an emergency – call 911.
What sport’s participants are most likely to be injured by lightning? If you guessed golf, guess again! You may be surprised by who is more at risk. #lightningsafetyweek
Got Wireless Emergency Alerts? Depending on your phone, you might! Read more: WEA.
Today is the last day of Hurricane Preparedness Week! Today’s topic is Take Action. Now that we have some great information to work with, it’s time to get our Disaster/Go Kits ready, make that plan and be prepared. #readyfoxboro
Please visit Ready Dot Gov for information on how you can be prepared for any severe weather threat!
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Day 6! Now that we have all this great information, it’s time to Get A Plan. The time to prepare and plan is now. Ready.gov has everything we need to help us do our part. #beprepared #readyfoxboro #hurricaneseason
Get A Plan and be #readyfoxboro! Ready dot Gov.