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New 7.3 earthquake in Nepal 05/12/2015
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Power out as hurricane crosses Bermuda 10/18/2014
Strong 6.0 Earthquake Rocks San Francisco Bay Area 08/24/2014
At least 150 dead after quake hits southwest China 08/03/2014
At least 30 killed as tornadoes Pounds South 04/29/2014
Magnitude 7.5 earthquake strikes off Papua New Guinea 04/19/2014
MAGNITUDE 7.5 EARTHQUAKE STRIKES MEXICO 04/18/2014
Magnitude-8.2 earthquake hits off Chile 04/01/2014
The magnitude 4.4 earthquake struck CA 03/17/2014
A potent threat of major earthquake off California's northern co 03/13/2014
Drought in California 01/29/2014
Tornadoes, damaging storms sweep across Midwest 11/17/2013
Natural Disasters

Some of the things you can do to prepare for the unexpected, such as making an emergency supply kit and developing a family communications plan, are the same for both a natural or man-made emergency. However, there are important differences among natural disasters that will impact the decisions you make and the actions you take. Some natural disasters are easily predicted, others happen without warning. Planning what to do in advance is an important part of being prepared.

Find out what natural disasters are most common in your area. You may be aware of some of your community's risks: others may surprise you. Historically, flooding is the nation's single most common natural disaster. Flooding can happen in every U.S. state and territory. Earthquakes are often thought of as a West Coast phenomenon, yet 45 states and territories in the United States are at moderate to high risk from earthquakes and are located in every region of the country. Other disasters may be more common in certain areas. Tornados are nature's most violent storms and can happen anywhere. However, states located in "Tornado Alley," as well as areas in Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, and Florida are at the highest risk for tornado damage. Hurricanes are severe tropical storms that form in the southern Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Scientists can now predict hurricanes, but people who live in coastal communities should plan what they will do if they are told to evacuate.

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