A Quick Guide to Restoring Power After a Storm (Step-by-Step; Quick Overview)

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In some parts of the world, losing power regularly and even for days is a normal and accepted part of life. In the U.S., such a situation is unthinkable, but outages are becoming more common with the rise in extreme weather incidents. The following is a brief review of what steps are involved in the power restoration process?

Typhoons or Hurricanes – Why the Difference?

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A cyclone (Greek Kyklon, meaning moving in a circle, whirling around) is a general term used by meteorologists for a low-pressure system. These systems feed off the energy from warm seas in the tropics or subtropics. The rotation of the cyclone is counter-clockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern hemisphere.

Daily Video Updates

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DTN expert meteorologists are providing daily updates to keep restorations crews, first responders and others safe during recovery efforts . Watch the videos to see developing weather events.