Here’s what you need to know to keep your family safe over the winter.

When we must prepare for snow, sleet, wind, freezing rain, and other winter weather hazards, lives may be in risk.

Because babies lose body heat more readily and because older people tend to produce less body heat, they are more susceptible to cold-related illnesses and injuries. When extreme cold strikes, there are things you may do to protect yourself and others.

The National Weather Service and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have provided some advice below.

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