The winter forecast is shaping up to be quite cold and wet for the 2017-2018 season. While a decent amount of the U.S. is going to look mild and drier than usual, other regions are in for a wet, cold, and snowy winter.
Check out what the Farmer’s Almanac is calling for in your area this upcoming winter season.
With an ice storm quickly approaching, time is of the essence to begin preparing for the possibility of power outages, falling tree limbs, swinging power lines, and dangerous amounts of ice. Like any storm, an ice storm can bring with it varying levels of danger, but it is important to be prepared for anything.
Get your snow removal equipment ready to go early. Winter officially begins on December 21, but we may be seeing snow as early as mid-November in some parts of the U.S. this year.
Check out what the annual Farmer’s Almanac is saying about the 2016 – 2017 winter season and how you might be affected.
Many of these important warning and danger signs commonly found in the owners’ manuals of power equipment may seem funny, but the threat of injury while servicing your equipment can be very real. Do you know what these common hazard signs mean?
Let’s start with dismemberment, shall we?
Do you think you’re a power equipment prodigy and know every acronym in the book? Put your knowledge to the test with the quiz below!