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RV TRAVEL INFORMATION AND WEATHER

Travel smart! Storms and other types of severe weather can happen when you might not be prepared for it.

There are ways to avoid some of it, but not all. Here are some tips:

Tornadoes can occur year round, but most likely in the months of April, May and June. Most twisters happen in the region of the plains between the Rocky Mountains and the Appalachian Mountains.

Lightning storms may also occur just about everywhere from April through September. Hurricanes are most likely along the Gulf and lower Atlantic states between June and November. Having said that, remember, there are always exceptions.

There are some things you can do to lessen your chances of being exposed to driving in extreme weather conditions. Go on the Internet and find out the best time to visit your destination. Every state and some city websites have "best time to visit" guides on line. Massachusetts is particularly nice in the spring, for example.

Pay attention to the weather forecasts on television. Usually, the local news will identify the county where weather" watches" and "storm warnings" are happening. Bookmark this page to also stay informed here.

Make a point to find out the name of the county you are camped in, and make sure you understand where you are in relation to news reports. Listen to the National Weather Broadcasts which are reported 24 hours a day. It will save you quite a bit in frustration or etting caught in hazardous situations!

 



 

 

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