Written by admin on January 25, 2016 at 3:13 PM.
The East Coast is dealing with the effects of a historic deadly blizzard due to a giant cold front, which the Weather Channel dubbed Winter Storm Jonas. Jonas mainly targeted the Mid-Atlantic and parts of the Northeast, but also brought stormy conditions and the coldest temperatures of the season to the entire region – which spanned over a thousand miles.
Snow was the biggest concern for those that were affected by Jonas. A lot of snow pounded the Northeast and parts of the Mid-Atlantic. “The snow dropped 26.8 inches in Central Park, the second-most recorded since 1869,” reports The Weather Channel. There was even some snowfall in Florida. And it was cold in Miami. There was also a lot of flooding along the East Coast.
The biggest problem now for East Coasters is getting back to business; residents of Florida included. The ripple effects from Winter Storm Jonas are being felt across the country, as flights and crews became severely displaced due to the storm. A quarter of a million customers have lost power. Travelers are being stranded, although travel bans are being lifted and airlines and commuter railways are slowly resuming service. Anyone traveling this week should expect delayed and cancelled flights, icy roads and whiteout conditions. According to CNN, “While the focus is on points north, it has caused lots of trouble in the South as well.”
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) January 23, 2016
What can we learn from Winter Storm Jonas?
You must be prepared for the next major storm. Winter Storm Jonas was projected to impact a large swath of the country, including South Florida, and over 50 million people were in the cross-hairs of this “potentially paralyzing storm.” Now, the Northeast is recovering, and the long clean-up is starting to begin. But, getting things back to normal is certainly made easier for those who had been prepared.
Here is what USA Today says you should do in the future when in the line of fire of an imminent natural disaster: “Get some provisions in case the power goes out. Make sure the car is gassed up. Have a plan ready in case a big system does hit with a fairly large impact.” However, if disaster strikes and you are unfortunately a victim of property damage from a natural disaster, contact Stellar Public Adjusting Services immediately at (305) 570-3519. We can help you file an insurance claim for damage to your home or business in South Florida.
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