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Category: Weather


How To Save Money On Gas During Your Summer Road Trip

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been seeing more cars on the road this summer than ever before.  Maybe it’s because of an increased cost of airline travel or families simply want to enjoy the beautiful sights a road…

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Diminish the Damage of Hurricane Season

The start of summer also means the start of hurricane season, running from June 1st through November 30th.  Meteorologists love to make predictions about how many hurricanes will make landfall and their potential severity.  Unless you live in a high-risk area that…

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Beat the Heat by Staying Hydrated

During my time in the military, a common phrase I heard while training in the field was, “hydrate or die”.  Although it may not have been the best way to put it, it was an effective reminder to keep hydrated…

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Forgetting to Maintain Your Air Conditioner – Not Cool!

Most appliances require attention every now and then to continue running at peak efficiency, and air conditioning units are no exception. Neglecting maintenance will lead to poor performance and a shortened unit life. With the warmest weather of the year…

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Don’t Let Trees Leave Damage Behind

An exciting part of spring is watching the flowers bloom and the trees regain their beautiful leaves. However, the unpredictable spring weather creates many tree-related hazards that homeowners should be aware of.

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Navigate Slippery Conditions Safely

Spring showers brings May flowers, but it also can bring difficult driving conditions. Driving in the rain can make for some frustrating, slippery, and slow car rides. However, wet weather conditions can create a splash of problems if you do…

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Spring is (Almost) Here – It’s Time for a Break!

March is already upon us, which marks the start of one my favorite seasons, SPRING! Warmer weather, blooming flowers, and especially, no more snow! I’m not sure about the rest of you, but after the winter we’ve had, I’ve never…

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