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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, January 12, 2017 Page says to stay aware and get prepared As the temperature is dropping, the high risk of winter storms are rising. Just as the frigid weather is approaching our area, too many people are left unpre- pared. One of the main rea- sons for this is because most people think that snowstorms are all fun and games, however Jack Frost doesn't always play fair. Did you know that it doesn't actually have to be snowing for there to be a blizzard? That's right! Even if there's no snow, there can still be a blizzard! The classification for a blizzard is when for 3 hours or more we have per- sistent winds or gusts of wind reaching at least 35 miles per hour. With that being said, that technically means a blizzard could hit even after the snowstorm is over So the real question is, would you be prepared? If you take precautions to ready yourself for these freezing conditions, you will thank yourself in the end. You ~hould make a winter emergency kit that tent things for winter winter storm? means that a winter stormprepared for the conditions weather. Purchase rock salt Most people get the is happening in your areathat accompany them. to keep your sidewalk orterms advisory, watch, and or it will be soon. AnotherNow that you know driveway from freezing warning confused. An term to keep in mind is asome of the facts that go over and consider a bag of advisory is the least has- frost/freeze warning. These along with winter storms, sand. Why sand? It ardous of the three. It usu- warnings mean that the are you ready to take on the improves traction so youally means that you can temperatures in your areaWinter season? From bliz- could put it On your walk- expect snow or other win- 'will be below freezing, so zards with no snow falling, way to reduce the risk of ter weather conditions, it's important to prepare for to advisories, watches, and injury. Always check to However, with prepare- the frigid air. It's impera- warnings, we hope that this make sure you have a suffi- tions these conditions can tive that you understand message has informed and cient Supply of heating be overcome with few these terms so you can beinclined you to stay aware and get prepared.I Castlewood High School'sl FBLA Community Service~ roads during a snowstorm Project would like to' remind you to stay safe thi~" winter by following some of the tips and tricks that we have provided. With that being said, it's time to beat Jack Frost at his own Game. fuel. complications. A winter Although it is not storm watch differs from Early registration for "Learn to Ride Safely - advised to be out of the an advisory slightly. As an advisoryis used if snow is Motorcycle Rider Class" offered at SWCC or blizzard because of the expected, a watch is used hazardous conditions that accompany them you never know when you could get stranded in your car. Prepare a disaster kit for to expect stronger and more threatening condi- tions. Watches are typical- ly sent out if there is a pos- sibility for the winter weather conditions in your area, however the time and location may not be cer- tain. Watches are sent hours before a potential winter storm threat so you have time to get prepared. Last but not least, winter storm warnings are defi- nitely the most hazardous of the trio. If you see or heard the term warning, it's time to brace for impact. A your car. Include things such as blankets, food that does not expire, flares, an abundant supply of water, a shovel, matches, rope, booster cables, glove, a blanket, a charger for your cell phone Also, before you get in the car make sure-.that you understand what conditions are on the road and respect those con- ditions. Do you know the Do you need your motorcycle license? Want to get into the first classes of the 2017 season? Southwest Virginia Community College offers a weekend "Learn to Ride Safely - Motorcycle Rider Class." Our four classes for the 2017 season are scheduled for March 9, 10 & 11, March 24, 25 & 26, April 7, 8 & 9 and April 21, 22 & 23, 2017. The course is a three day course and the first day meets from 6:00 p.m. - i0:00 p.m. and second and third day meets from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. This course is recognized by the Virginia Motorcycle Safety Foundation and includes a combination of classroom and "hands-on" riding instruction in a controlled environ= ment. Learn to balance the performance of power, handling, fuel economy and freedom of the open road that motorcycling provides. Benefits also include identifying your pre- sent riding skill level and increasing your skill development and confidence. Tuition cost is $1.4875 for In-state residents, covers use of the motorcycle and helL' met, fuel, classroom materials and endorsement testing. Successful completion of the class waives the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) road test and/or the written test required to obtain your "M2" motorcycle operator's endorsement on your driver license~ To register or for additional information, contact the Driver Training Services office at Southwest Virginia Community College by calling 276.964.7369, by emailing edna.sizemore@sw.edu, or visiting http://sw.edu/cwes/motorcycle/. would include the impor- terms associated with a winter storm warning Buy, sell, notify, employ, through... They i Cali7 76'J, - , rk! i- We are pledged to in tourism business lent benefit pack-O p p o r t u n i t y Radford, Roanoke 10 weekends for welcome - no obli- the letter and spiritHouses for assistance and mar- age is available. Employer." and Salem. Join usCDL. Veterans in gation. Hiltori of Virginia s and Rent keting. Salary Center hours are 1-12-2tcgL on Sat, Jan 28, D e m a n d ! Oliver, Attorney. 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