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Regional Risk Assessment

What do you think of this regional risk assessment? Are you prepared in your region? We at Camping Survival can help you prepare! Here is the link to the larger map:http://www.rethinkstormshelters.com/emergency-preparedness-0/

Photo: What do you think of this regional risk assessment? Are you prepared in your region? We at Camping Survival can help you prepare! Here is the link to the larger map: http://www.rethinkstormshelters.com/emergency-preparedness-0/

Top Comments:

  • region 4 needs tornadoes
  • They are missing Deadly Heat Wave. Also Region 5 can get earthquakes.
  • Region 5 has grass fires. Maybe not like out West, but they do happen and can burn a lot of acres and put homes and businesses at risk.
  • Region 1 has had more tornadoes in the past few years so might need to be added, plus we do live on a fault line that is believed to have micro quakes only because it is building up for a serious quake, but it’s a bit of speculation!
  • Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama have had deadly tornados not just during the what people call tornado season. We have had them even during the winter. Dixie Alley. People in region 4 need to be aware of this too.
  • For fun (sort of), I did a similar risk assessment to figure out where the best place in the country would be for me. Although there are a lot of things missing from this chart, it illustrates that no matter where you go, you’re running the risk of some kind of a disaster.
  • I really don’t like it that much since most of the zones have the same thing. Like Region 9 and 10. Identical. You could just merge these into one zone.

 

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