With high winds, heavy rain and potential flooding predicted this week, the American Red Cross reminds Puget Sound residents to prepare.
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The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the Seattle area, with snow, gusts up to 45 miles per hour and night-time lows in the mid- to low-20s.
Last night’s wind storm t and the 4.2 earthquake that rattled the south Puget Sound area are reminders to be prepared for emergencies, says the Red Cross.
Eighty percent of people who die in floods are in vehicles. If you come upon flood waters, do not drive through them; the road could be washed out underneath. If you are driving and your car stalls, abandon your vehicle and head to higher ground.