Lightning Myths and Facts for Moose Lake?
SERVPRO® of Aitkin, Carlton & West St. Louis Counties responds to storm damage emergencies throughout the year in Moose Lake. Here are some lighting myths and facts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
Myths and facts about lightning...
Myth: If it's not raining, there is no danger from lightning.
Fact: Lightning often strikes away from heavy rainfall and may occur as far as 10 miles away from any rainfall.
Myth: Rubber soles of shoes or rubber tires on a car will protect you from being injured by lightning.
Fact: Rubber provides no protection from lightning. However, the steel frame of a hard-topped vehicle provides increased protection from lightning (if you are not touching metal in the car).
Myth: People struck by lightning carry an electrical charge and should not be touched.
Fact: Lightning-strike victims carry no electrical charge and should be attended to immediately.
Myth: Heat lightning occurs after very hot summer days and poses no threat.
Fact: What is referred to as "heat lightning" is actually lightning from a thunderstorm too far away for thunder to be heard. However, the storm may be moving in your direction.
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SERVPRO® of Aitkin, Carlton & West St. Louis Counties responds to commercial and residential storm damage emergencies 24-hours a day. We have a team of highly trained restoration technicians on-call and ready to respond. Call us today at 218-879-6141. We’ll restore your storm damage in Moose Lake, “Like it never even happened.”
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