I love snow more than most people. When it begins to flurry outside I’m the first to run out and frolic in the flakes, often miming Lucy from Charlie Brown about the various flavors of snowflakes depending on the month. This past week we have been bombarded with news and warnings of Winter Storm Jonas, who is expected to hit the East Coast on Friday. Now, extreme excitement behind, this will be my first winter storm that I will face alone, without my parent’s roof or infinite wisdom to protect and guide me. Needless to say, calling one’s parents at 8pm while in a crazy, crowded Safeway is not the most confident of steps into surviving Jonas’ wrath. So in an effort to prove that I am indeed mature and intelligent enough to survive on my own here is a list of precautions and ways to prepare for the onslaught of heinous weather.
Automobile Prep and Rules to Follow
Living Abode Prep
Finally, in the event of inclement weather, be on the lookout for homeless people, who could get hypothermia as temperatures drop. If you see someone your area who needs shelter or warmer clothing, call the following numbers:
— The District – 202-535-7252
— Arlington County – 703-527-4077
— Fairfax County – 703-691-2131
— Maryland Crisis Hotline – 301-662-2255
— Montgomery County. – 240-777-4000
— Prince George’s County – 888-731-0999
While I have prepared for my first adult snow day in the best way possible- tons of wine and a printed picture of a fireplace to tape to my television- I’ll also be following the tips above to stay as safe as possible. Curcio Law wishes a safe weekend to all of our readers!
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