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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Rip tides are extremely strong currents of water that flow away from the surf. According to the United States Lifesaving Association, they are the leading surf hazard– accounting for over one-hundred deaths annually and 80% of all beach rescues.
To many, lightning is little more than Mother Nature’s fireworks display, often followed by a window-rattling rumble of thunder that chases golfers from the fairways and sends the dog scampering for cover. But lightning is also one of the most … Continue reading
Fireworks, barbecues and campfires are some of the most popular activities for Americans as they celebrate Independence Day. They are also three activities that can inadvertently start wildfires. As record heat grips much of the United States this July, firefighting … Continue reading