In high winds
It is best not to drive a trailer, van or other "high-profile" vehicle in high winds
If driving in high winds, use extra caution near trailers, vans or vehicles carrying lightweight cargo.
When it rains
Slow down. Roads usually prove more slippery than they would seem.
Turn on your lights. Use the defroster or air conditioner to keep windows and mirrors clear.
When it's foggy
Stay to the right of the roadway.
Turn on your headlights -- day or night -- to low beam.
If you can't see the road's edge, pull off on the right -- well out of the traffic lane -- and turn on the emergency flashers. Wait until visibility improves before you continue.
Here in Indiana we often have to deal with that nasty FOG so these tips should help us all.....
In a Hailstorm - Find shelter by driving under an overpass or bridge.
In severe thunderstorms - Listen to your car radio and be alert.
Alert is the key word in all the safety tips!! One thing I like a lot to help keep people updated and alert is the Weather radio. I know a lot of people last year did not have them and now do! Let me tell you it helps a lot! I have to say I feel a lot better knowing that it will wake me when a watch warning or advisory is issued. This is good because to many people are at a high risk at night! Which seems to be when most severe storms hit! People head off to bed and then don't know whats coming.....
Now We have seen the tips and feel better and ready! So let's get out there and enjoy the nice Partly cloudy skies! I will have to get out and toss the ball for my doggie he has got the tennis ball blues lol..... Maybe even get a few more beautiful sunset pictures like this one below.....If you get any or have any weather pictures feel free to send them to me at email@example.com and I will be happy to post them here on the Indiana Weather Blog..... Thank you for reading.....Have a wonderful day! It will be a good day to go out and take walks or even a jog which I will have to get back to doing once we get in a nice warm mild pattern! lol....................Have a good one.