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Hurricane Season

We're preparing our clients for tropical impacts along the East Coast. Let us help provide you with the resources you need to tell your story accurately - free. Contact us at press@wdtinc.com with your request.

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Written quotes regarding hurricane impacts

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Eastern US Dealing with Freezing Precipitation

Winter seems to have arrived early for those in the Appalachians and East Coast. Residents in the area have been dealing with all types of frozen precipitation today. Snow, freezing rain, snow pellets, and sleet have all been reported and are playing havoc with travel conditions.

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Freezing Rain and Its Effects on Power Lines

Freezing rain occurs when precipitation falls through a warm layer, completely melts, and lands on a surface with temperatures below freezing. All forms of transportation are affected, trees are damaged, and extensive power outages can occur. 

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Anatomy of an Avalanche

As the snow season wears on, avalanches can pose hazards in mountainous areas. They can prove deadly to skiers and cause extreme damage to trees, roads, and buildings in their path. Several factors can affect their development.

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