What to Do and Not to Do Before, During, and After a Hurricane?
Do you think Monsters exist? Most of you will say no, in fact, you will say you don't believe in this. But it does exist. Let me make it clear.
Hurricane, a deadly storm, also known as "one-eyed monster."
As whenever it hits any area, it takes away millions of valuable lives and washes away their belongings. Moreover, this deadly storm does not only affect an individual, but it is also a significant threat to the economy of a country.
It is impossible for mankind to resist the storm, but in this modern world, we have the blessing of technology. And, through this advancement, at least we can protect ourselves and lessen the damage knowing what we should do and not do before, during, and after a hurricane.
Today, I am going to provide you a clear concept about the three phases of a hurricane.
What Is A Hurricane?
Before jumping into the main topic, let’s give a brief description of a hurricane and how deadly it is.
Not all storms are a hurricane. Hurricanes are a kind of storm that occurs over tropical or subtropical water and whose maximum sustained wind speed goes beyond 74mbp.
The storm is so deadly that it can take away millions of lives within a blink of an eye and wash away all belongings. Hurricane does not only harm individuals but also affects the economy of the country.
What to Do Before A Hurricane
The people of this modern world are blessed with different innovations that can alert us from any natural disaster.
Beforehand, we can get information about hurricanes through TV or radio or through a phone that helps us to prepare ourselves from being washed away by the storm.
For saving ourselves along with our belongings, we need to know what we should do before a hurricane and the points are given below that should be followed if a storm is forecasted:
What Not to Do Before A Hurricane
If anyone hears about the hurricane, he/she will panic, and that is obvious. But this is the thing not to do before a hurricane.
When you hear about a storm approaching, you cannot panic. Otherwise, you won't be able to save yourself and loved ones from the disaster.
So, before hurricane, you cannot panic and should not mess things around and need to keep calm.
What to Do During A Hurricane
If hurricane strikes at an area, immediately you need to do the following steps:
In spite of following the above steps, sometimes still, it might be dangerous to stay at home. At that, it is wise to evacuate. One should leave in the following conditions, if:
It is not easy to keep calm and move during the hurricane. If you cannot move to any other place, you need to find a safer place for yourself and take shelter there until and unless the situation comes in control.
What Not to Do During A Hurricane
So far, I have provided some notions on what one should do if a storm strikes in an area but there are some things that one should avoid “during” a hurricane. For instance:
What to Do After A Hurricane
The heavy wind and rain of the deadly storm hurricane might pass, but the danger might exist after that. So, it’s very important to be vigilant even after the storm and one needs to keep in mind the followings:
What Not to Do After A Hurricane
There are some things that you need to avoid after a hurricane hits an area. Like:
After reading the whole thing, it's very clear that you need to be careful not only during a hurricane but also before and after it.
As it is a deadly storm, it can take away your lives or put your life in risk if you are not careful enough and handle the situation reluctantly.
Without getting panicked, plan accordingly and be careful of the above steps, stay safe, and overcome the storm if you ever face it.