Don’t be caught unprepared when the snow, ice and cold of winter strikes. Get ready before winter with advice, information and articles from Know It: Winter Survival. Because putting off preparing can have deadly consequences.
In "know it: Winter survival," you get expert tips and suggestions, as well as other shared information from those who have experience in handling winter conditions. They will help you prepare your vehicles, your home and your family members for those severe winter conditions with advice from experts in all three areas.
You get useful tips to help you avoid major problems and survive the challenges of winter weather. You'll learn what equipment they recommend that you carry in your vehicle, as well as how to drive in snow and ice.
They also will tell you what you should do to make sure your home is ready for the cold, and how to dress if you have to be outside. Whether you plan to make a trip, or just stay around the house, “know it: Winter survival” can help you.
Preliminary numbers from the Oklahoma Mesonet, the state’s weather network, indicate the average statewide temperature during February was 35.4 degrees, 6.3 degrees below normal and the 14th coolest since records began in 1895.
Two significant ice storms and several heavy snows, including a record-setting 13.5 inches in Oklahoma City during the historic Christmas Eve blizzard, have left Oklahomans wondering where the warm winters of the past 20 years have gone.
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