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Flood security tips and preparation

Flash flooding is essentially the most hazardous climate disaster within the United States. Floods trigger energy outages, harm infrastructure, set off landslides, and might be lethal.

Heavy rainfall in a brief time frame causes water to rise quickly, elevating the danger of flooding. Flash floods happen with little warning, however flooding can even develop slowly after rain ceases.

Though most individuals affiliate hurricanes with wind harm, flooding poses one of many greatest threats from the storms. Hurricane Harvey in 2017 dropped 60 inches of rain in some components of Texas, creating large flooding hazards. In 2005, flooding from Hurricane Katrina precipitated a majority of the harm when old levees failed during the storm.

Here are some safety tips that will help you put together for rising water—and what to do as soon as a flood has begun.

Before a flood

One of the largest methods to guard your self and your property is to arrange forward of time. This consists of:

  • Avoid constructing in a floodplain—an space particularly liable to flooding throughout heavy rains.
  • If you do live in a floodplain, contemplate shopping for flood insurance coverage to assist with losses if, and when, a flood happens.
  • Construct limitations (levees, beams, floodwalls) to cease floodwater from getting into your own home. Sandbags can provide a temporary levee in an emergency.
  • Seal partitions in basements with waterproofing compounds to keep away from seepage.
  • Pay consideration to climate forecasts. When heavy rain or storms are forecasted, take heed to the radio or tv for info on flooding danger.
  • What’s worse—a flood watch or warning? A watch means flooding is feasible. A warning means flooding is going on or will happen quickly.

When a flood is imminent

  • Have an emergency plan and apply survival expertise, like first assist and the way to disinfect water.
  • Be ready! Assemble an emergency kit in case it’s good to evacuate. Don’t neglect to incorporate essential prescription medicines and a small first assist equipment.
  • Charge cellphone batteries and any reusable batteries for flashlights. Buy additional batteries in case energy isn’t restored instantly.
  • Heed evacuation warnings. If there’s any chance of a flash flood, transfer instantly to increased floor. Follow acceptable evacuation indicators.
  • If attainable, usher in outside furnishings and transfer vital objects to an higher flooring, above attainable flood ranges.
  • Turn off utilities on the essential switches or valves if instructed. Disconnect electrical home equipment.

During a flood

  • Avoid low spots, like ditches, basements, or underpasses. These develop into extraordinarily harmful throughout a flash flood.
  • Do not stroll by way of flooded areas. It might be troublesome to inform how deep the water is and what lies beneath the water that would damage you. Even shallow, transferring water could make you fall.
  • If you need to stroll in water, wherever attainable, stroll the place the water will not be transferring. Use a keep on with test the firmness of the bottom in entrance of you.
  • Do not drive into flooded areas. Remember: “Turn around, don’t drown.” If floodwaters rise round your automobile, abandon the automobile and transfer to increased floor—provided that you are able to do so safely.
  • Do not contact electrical gear if you’re moist or standing in water.

<p>A supercell thunderstorm strikes in South Dakota. Among essentially the most extreme storms, supercells can carry robust winds, hail, and even tornadoes. (<a href=”https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/04/150411-pictures-weather-storm-climate-change-hurricane-tornado-lightning/”>See extra excessive climate photos</a>.)</p>

Lightning Strikes

A supercell thunderstorm strikes in South Dakota. Among essentially the most extreme storms, supercells can carry robust winds, hail, and even tornadoes. (See more extreme weather pictures.)

Photograph by Jim Reed, National Geographic

After a flood

  • Return dwelling solely when authorities say it’s secure.
  • Listen for information stories to be taught whether or not the water provide is secure to drink and the place emergency shelters are positioned.
  • Avoid floodwaters; water could also be contaminated by oil, gasoline, or uncooked sewage. Water may be electrically charged from underground or downed energy traces.
  • Still keep away from transferring water—the hazard decreases solely when water ranges drop.
  • Be conscious of areas the place floodwaters have receded. Roads might have weakened and will collapse beneath the burden of a automobile.
  • Stay away from downed energy traces and report them to the facility firm.
  • Stay out of any constructing whether it is surrounded by floodwaters.
  • Service broken septic tanks, cesspools, pits, and leaching programs as quickly as attainable. Damaged sewage programs are severe well being hazards.
  • Only pump water out of a flooded constructing when water has receded exterior.
  • Clean and disinfect all the things that was caught in flooded waters. Mud left from floodwater can comprise sewage and chemical compounds.
  • Be cautious of lingering water inside buildings after a flood. A dehumidifier will assist take away extra water and reduce mould harm.

Be ready, and keep secure.

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  • Avoid building in a floodplain—an area especially prone to flooding during heavy rains.
  • If you do live in a floodplain, consider buying flood insurance to help with losses if, and when, a flood occurs.
  • Construct barriers (levees, beams, floodwalls) to stop floodwater from entering your home. Sandbags can provide a temporary levee in an emergency.
  • Seal walls in basements with waterproofing compounds to avoid seepage.
  • Pay attention to weather forecasts. When heavy rain or storms are forecasted, listen to the radio or television for information on flooding risk.
  • What’s worse—a flood watch or warning? A watch means flooding is possible. A warning means flooding is occurring or will occur soon.
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  • Have an emergency plan and practice survival skills, like first aid and how to disinfect water.
  • Be prepared! Assemble an emergency kit in case you need to evacuate. Don’t forget to include necessary prescription medications and a small first aid kit.
  • Charge cell phone batteries and any reusable batteries for flashlights. Buy extra batteries in case power isn’t restored immediately.
  • Heed evacuation warnings. If there is any possibility of a flash flood, move immediately to higher ground. Follow appropriate evacuation signs.
  • If possible, bring in outdoor furniture and move important items to an upper floor, above possible flood levels.
  • Turn off utilities at the main switches or valves if instructed. Disconnect electrical appliances.
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  • Avoid low spots, like ditches, basements, or underpasses. These become extremely dangerous during a flash flood.
  • Do not walk through flooded areas. It can be difficult to tell how deep the water is and what lies underneath the water that could hurt you. Even shallow, moving water can make you fall.
  • If you have to walk in water, wherever possible, walk where the water is not moving. Use a stick to check the firmness of the ground in front of you.
  • Do not drive into flooded areas. Remember: “Turn around, don’t drown.” If floodwaters rise around your car, abandon the car and move to higher ground—only if you can do so safely.
  • Do not touch electrical equipment if you are wet or standing in water.
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    A man rides through four inches of rain in downtown Nairobi, Kenya, in this photo from a 1969 issue of National Geographic.

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    A man rides through four inches of rain in downtown Nairobi, Kenya, in this photo from a 1969 issue of National Geographic.

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    Women shield themselves against strong winds that precede the monsoon in Rajasthan, India, in this 1984 National Geographic photo.

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    Women shield themselves against strong winds that precede the monsoon in Rajasthan, India, in this 1984 National Geographic photo.

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    Lightning strikes the Sand Hills of Ogallala, Nebraska, in 1990.

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    Lightning strikes the Sand Hills of Ogallala, Nebraska, in 1990.

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    Farmers watch growing storm clouds in the Sand Hills of Ogallala, Nebraska, in 2003.

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    Farmers watch growing storm clouds in the Sand Hills of Ogallala, Nebraska, in 2003.

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    Rain clouds roll over a caramel-colored river in Wyndham, Australia.

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    Rain clouds roll over a caramel-colored river in Wyndham, Australia.

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    Hurricane Dennis whipped Key West, Florida, with winds up to 90 miles an hour in 2005.

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    Hurricane Dennis whipped Key West, Florida, with winds up to 90 miles an hour in 2005.

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    This photo from a 2006 issue of National Geographic shows Hurricane Rita’s destruction in Holly Beach, Louisiana. The vacation spot was completely leveled by the storm.

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    This photo from a 2006 issue of National Geographic shows Hurricane Rita’s destruction in Holly Beach, Louisiana. The vacation spot was completely leveled by the storm.

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    A rainstorm drenches the streets of Dharavi, India, in 2006.

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    A rainstorm drenches the streets of Dharavi, India, in 2006.

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    A thunderstorm pelts the Flint Hills in Strong City, Kansas.

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    A thunderstorm pelts the Flint Hills in Strong City, Kansas.

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    Yaks graze during a spring snowstorm along the Yalong River in China.

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    Yaks graze during a spring snowstorm along the Yalong River in China.

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    Sledders climb a hill during a snowstorm in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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  • Return home only when authorities say it is safe.
  • Listen for news reports to learn whether the water supply is safe to drink and where emergency shelters are located.
  • Avoid floodwaters; water may be contaminated by oil, gas, or raw sewage. Water may also be electrically charged from underground or downed power lines.
  • Still avoid moving water—the danger decreases only when water levels drop.
  • Be aware of areas where floodwaters have receded. Roads may have weakened and could collapse under the weight of a car.
  • Stay away from downed power lines and report them to the power company.
  • Stay out of any building if it is surrounded by floodwaters.
  • Service damaged septic tanks, cesspools, pits, and leaching systems as soon as possible. Damaged sewage systems are serious health hazards.
  • Only pump water out of a flooded building when water has receded outside.
  • Clean and disinfect everything that was stuck in flooded waters. Mud left from floodwater can contain sewage and chemicals.
  • Be wary of lingering water inside buildings after a flood. A dehumidifier will help remove excess water and minimize mold damage.
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    When the annual monsoon rains come and send the Hooghly River over its banks, rickshas are the best way to get around Kolkata (Calcutta), India. Here, a drenched ricksha puller pauses for a photo in ankle-deep water near a market.

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The total distance is 4.00 km and it takes 2.5 hours. The whole island has been characterized as a Site of Community Importance for the birds of Greece according to the directive 79/409/EEC, hosting various rare and endemic species of animals and plants and being of significant archaeological value. Both Karpathos and Saria are the most suitable areas for threatened species of undersea fauna and birdlife to live and develop thanks to their geomorphology. The Rocky caves of the coasts are home to the Mediterranean seal Monachus Monachus. In the coastal rocks, there are nests of Eleonora’s falcon and Audouin’s Gull. Saria also hosts an important part of rare predators such as Bonelli’s eagle, the long-legged buzzard (Buteo rufinus) and Eleonora’s falcon. The protected area is also of great archaeological interest. In the ancient towns of Vroukounda and Nisyros, there are tens of underground graves, ruins of walls and forts, part of the Hellenistic walls, but there are also Byzantine monuments, as those towns were inhabited until the 7th century AD. Evangelia is running Ecotourism Karpathos. Evangelia – Marina is a native of Karpathos. She has studied Geography at the University of the Aegean (2006-2010) and then completed a master’s courses on the “Environment and Development” at the National Technical University of Athens (2010-2012) and “Travel and Tourism” (2016-2017). After finishing her studies, taking into consideration the tough financial situation in Greece, she has been faced with the dilemma of moving abroad. Her enormous love for Karpathos prevailed and so she has got the big decision to live permanently on the island. 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    When the annual monsoon rains come and send the Hooghly River over its banks, rickshas are the best way to get around Kolkata (Calcutta), India. Here, a drenched ricksha puller pauses for a photo in ankle-deep water near a market.

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