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An earthquake is a shaking of the ground that can cause damage to buildings and infrastructure.
Extreme heat - especially coupled with high humidity - can be deadly, slowing evaporation and thus requiring the body to work harder to moderate its core temperature.
Flooding is one of Wayne County’s most common hazards.
Pandemic is a global communicable disease outbreak (whereas an “epidemic” is regional in nature or otherwise confined to particular populations).
Thunderstorms are large, localized weather events.
Tornadoes are nature’s most violent storms. They are characterized by a rapidly spinning column of air from 65 miles per hour to upwards of 200 miles per hour.
Winter Weather includes ice, heavy snow, and extreme cold conditions.