the Weather Outside Is Frightful
By Pat Wood
may snuggle up in front of a warm fireplace when winter weather
hits, but others may have fewer options.
have no fireplace, maybe not even a place at all if they are homeless.
Or maybe they
have a house, but what if they dont have enough money to pay
the heating bill, what with the rise in the price of oil?
are rich or poor or somewhere in between, government resources and
information online may help us say, "Let it snow, let it snow,
let it snow. Were prepared, were prepared, were
webpages will help you and your communities get prepared for winter.
and Winter Driving
Storms FEMA for Kids
Delays in Real Time at Your Airport
the Flu Season. Whos at Risk? What to Do if You Get It?
Flu and Pneumonia
Prevention and Control
Pays for Flu and Pneumonia Vaccinations
Flu When You Travel
Oil Prices and Home Energy Assistance Program
to Save Money
Assistance Funds from Energy
Safety in the Home
Programs, Funds, and Resources
a Face on Homelessness Help HUD Help the Homeless in Your
Working to Help Homeless Veterans
Preparedness Safety Tips
Storms and Other Declared Disasters in 2000
Storms Fact Sheet
on Federal Lands
Conditions in All States
Service Across the Nation
Includes national, regional, states, and selected cities
to Weather Information
Pat Wood is
the editor of Access America E-Gov E-Zine. If
your federal agency has a winter-related site, send the URL to Pat