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Wet snow, freezing rain, high winds, hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, winter storms, and earthquake can cause a power outage. A power outage can sometimes last for days or weeks, depending on the damage caused by a disaster.
As a community, we depend on electricity for heating and air conditioning as well as food, drinking water, medical care, communication, and other needs. Power outages can be dangerous during extreme cold temperatures or extreme heat. Power outages can also be dangerous for those who rely on electricity for medical devices. Preparing for power outages can help minimize the impact and keep you and your family safe.
If an impending storm is expected to cause power outages, consider these additional tips to prepare: