Texas is a state in the southern part of the United States of America (USA). Based on the studies, the metropolitan is the second largest by both area and population after California and Alaska. It has a 695,662 km2 and 29,145,505 citizenries.
Numerous tourists love visiting this city, regardless of where the traveler came from, whether from other states or countries. The famous proverb, “everything is bigger in Texas,” is not bogus since even their extravagant culture is immense and pleasing. The Cowboy boots, delicious tacos, and the square dancing and football tailgates: All these make the state extraordinary among any other realms in the United States.
Despite these splendid things within the city, Texas is on the top rank in the U.S in the category and frequency of natural disasters. All inherent phenomenon from flooding, hailstorms, wildfires, tornadoes, hurricanes, sinkholes, erosions, drought and even winter storms occur within the state. There are moments that even a simple utilization of the city’s natural reserves of oil, gas, and water can conduct to remission and earthquakes.
Between 1953 and 2019, Texas announced two hundred sixty-six (266) significant disasters that erupted the citizens’ peace. According to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), these catastrophes include floods and austere thunderstorms that mostly happened. In addition, at least nine hundred (900) wildfires happened per year, making Texas the second-most wildfire-prone state after California.
A natural disaster is only normal to happen. It occurs all the time, and no matter how expensive a homeowner’s house is an exclusive the subdivision is, it can be trampled on in only a snap of a powerful hurricane.
So, what are the odds say about this to avoid winter storm damage or any natural phenomenon disaster in general?
Read and find out all the effects that a single winter storm cause and all the precautions that an individual must do to avoid any further impairment: