- Purchase salt and sand, and preemptively sprinkle them on driveways and sidewalks.
- Watch a local weather channel so you’re up-to-date on the latest warnings and advisories.
- Remember to bring your pets inside so they are protected from the elements.
- Ensure your vehicle’s tires are in good condition, and fill up the gas tank.
- Create a car emergency kit.
- Learn where the nearest public shelters are in case your home experiences a power outage and the heating stops working.
Dayton homes see an average annual snowfall of 12.3 inches, this winter could be worse. Read these tips from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to learn how to prepare for snow and ice:Dayton, Ohio, has already experienced some big winter storms — and we’re not in the clear yet. Below are some helpful ways to prepare in case forecasters begin predicting another. Storm Prep 101 While