Have you signed up for your Met Office alerts & warnings?
They are great, simple, effective and will come to your email inbox and allow you to plan. WARNINGS are posted on the Climate Vision Facebook Page, but not ALERTS (issued today), but you can see the benefit of knowing. If the ground is already wet and the Met Office deem it necessary to alert us, it is helpful, especially if the situation escalates to a Warning.
Take a little time to navigate around this page, get to know it, embrace it and then let the Met Office do the sterling job they do. ‘Amber’ really is one to get up and do something and ‘RED’, as a Climate Vision follower (thank you) keen to get #ClimateReady, we would ask you to share the post and be active in the lead up to it. Climate Vision shared a warning that was seen by someone in another area, who looked out of their window and ended up helping people out of their flooding homes. Please don’t underestimate the power you have with Facebook and the ability to help from the safety of your deskchair. Likewise, we do not want to make people become bored with warnings, hence the alerts will not be posted here, remember these are not Forecasts, they are Warnings – thanks so much for your time. Please let us know how you got on.
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