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Is the area you live in prone to any natural disasters?

Jester M.S. 2012/06/24 04:11:32
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  • Jerry 2012/06/24 04:16:12
    Yes
    Jerry
    +9
    Mostly floods, we have tornadoes in the area sometimes, but don't hit my city direct. We've got the bluffs, that some how make the worst of the storm go around us. This is the flood of 1993
    Alton Il flood of 1993

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  • Hothooves 2012/07/05 05:02:14
    Yes
    Hothooves
    Bush fires, pretty much every year.
  • kurtanderson1 2012/06/27 22:28:36
    Yes
    kurtanderson1
    Hurricanes.
  • ~Adrien~ 2012/06/27 21:07:00
    Yes
    ~Adrien~
    Possible flooding, tornados, and I'm pretty sure we sit on the New Madrid fault line. . .
  • BigKwell 2012/06/25 20:01:38
    Yes
    BigKwell
    We're prone to earthquakes, as well as bad wind storms.
  • harasnicole 2012/06/25 19:10:30
  • none 2012/06/25 18:17:32
    Yes
    none
    Earthquakes.
  • ♒ßεllεchεvεllε®♒ 2012/06/25 16:20:24
    Yes
    ♒ßεllεchεvεllε®♒
    just tornadoes and hailstorms.
  • Evan 2012/06/25 13:24:52
    Yes
    Evan
    YES. Barack Hussein Obama likes coming here. (The photo-ops of him looking so concerned with tornado victims here are very impressive). Am not sure which is the worst natural disaster, actually. BHO and his Nazi/type S.S. agents,or the Joplin tornado.)
  • Veritas 2012/06/25 02:15:46
    None of the above
    Veritas
    Somewhat. All Eastern Coast Wind States are subject to Named Storm damage. Not as severe as states below Virginia through Texas or Zone 1 Earthquake Zones such as California, Hawaii and parts of some other states.
  • Raphy 2012/06/25 00:50:31
    Yes
    Raphy
    Think of everyone you can name. Except for volcanoes.
  • Warren - Novus Ordo Seclorum 2012/06/24 23:02:35
    Yes
    Warren - Novus Ordo Seclorum
    +1
    EARTHQUAKES
    earthquake santa rosa
  • relic 2012/06/24 20:06:31
    No
    relic
    +1
    Nothing to risk here in San Diego... unless you consider the invasion a "natural" disaster.
  • Foxhound BN0 2012/06/24 19:23:46
    Yes
    Foxhound BN0
  • 4gotten Israelite 2012/06/24 18:16:00
    Yes
    4gotten Israelite
    +1
    Florida....Hurricanes
  • kennypart1 2012/06/24 17:11:43
    Yes
    kennypart1
    +3
    I live in the new madrid fault area and also a few tornadoes a year seem to pass near
  • Veritas kennypart1 2012/06/25 02:18:41
    Veritas
    +1
    The New Madrid fault line is one I constantly watch. I think Earthquakes along that line would be extremely devastating. The construction types are not up to the California standards -- some thing I personally analyze frequently. Depends where you live though . . . you could be just outside a Zone 1 . . .
  • Freeranger 2012/06/24 17:07:49
    No
    Freeranger
    +1
    Hardly ever. Perhaps that a benefit living not too far away from the ocean.
  • mustangluver 2012/06/24 16:04:22
    Yes
    mustangluver
    +1
    Hurricanes and occasional Tornadoes.
  • wildcat 2012/06/24 15:16:09
    Yes
    wildcat
    +2
    only an occasional tornado


    tornado
  • Cameron 2012/06/24 15:08:04
    No
    Cameron
    +1
    Although we have recently had droughts every 4-5 years the most dangerous thing is a rouge tornado or random flooding in counties other than my own.
  • bluelady 2012/06/24 14:40:55
    Yes
    bluelady
    +1
    we get blizzards with feet of snow and driving winds, ice storms(91 we were out of power for 2 weeks), the occasional tornado and mild earth quakes
  • Fighting4U 2012/06/24 14:40:39
    Yes
    Fighting4U
    +1
    Snow storms, bad ones
  • rand 2012/06/24 14:21:43
    Yes
    rand
    +2
    Gamma ray bursts and meteors constitute natural disasters, so all parts of the planet are exposed to the potential. My area on the Baja is prone to Pacific Rim earthquakes.
  • Playerazzi 2012/06/24 13:54:48
    No
    Playerazzi
    +2
    Although I do live near the Syrio-African rift, which creates some earthquakes, and there can be droughts from time to time where I live, it's never of a scale of a natural disaster.

    So, no, we don't really have natural disasters where I live.

    OUR disasters are all man-made . . .

    Destruction of  Gush Katif
  • Rocky 2012/06/24 12:47:12
    Yes
    Rocky
    +2
    Hurricanes - Irene came ashore about 8 miles southeast of my house.
  • White Wolf 2012/06/24 12:17:50
    Yes
    White Wolf
    +2
    Bush fires. Out here in Australia it gets pretty hot and dry in the summer.
  • D D 2012/06/24 11:56:49
    No
    D D
    +2
    No, thank God.
  • mrdog 2012/06/24 09:50:41
    No
    mrdog
    +2
    But sometimes flooding is problem...and winter can be difficult sometimes too...bark
  • wtxwoman 2012/06/24 09:40:45
    Yes
    wtxwoman
    +2
    We used to have hail storms and tornados, but we haven't had any for over 10 years. They have all went East.
  • Chanel 2012/06/24 08:14:18
  • David William 2012/06/24 08:13:27
    Yes
    David William
    +3
    I keep hearing we're going to have this "big earthquake" one day. I've heard it for my entire life. It's been 27 years now... still waiting. However I do know it can happen. I'm insured for it... and looking forward to it. Unless I die, fml.
  • ★~DoctorWhoGuru~★ 2012/06/24 07:09:02
  • Katey 2012/06/24 06:44:56
    Yes
    Katey
    +2
    not exactly my city but my state I live in tornado alley
  • 1wickedwitch 2012/06/24 06:18:42
    Yes
    1wickedwitch
    +2
    Earthquakes
  • sglmom 2012/06/24 06:16:32
    Yes
    sglmom
    +3
    1994 hurricane season
    Hurricanes, Tropical Storms, Water Spouts, Tornadoes .. Severe Thunderstorms .. Some Flooding ..
  • vdehl 2012/06/24 06:16:15
    Yes
    vdehl
    +3
    Here in South Florida, we can look forward to a number of hurricanes c
  • #Justice4Trayvon 629 BLOCKT... 2012/06/24 05:54:13
    None of the above
    #Justice4Trayvon 629 BLOCKT CONS
    +2
    Would a blizzard be considered a natural disaster? We've had an occasional mild earthquake but I be more concerned about Nor'easters barreling up from the Gulf of Mexico during the wintertime than anything else. Then we hafta contend with the lake effect machinery in upstate NY hitting us.
  • angelbaby 2012/06/24 05:47:33
    Yes
    angelbaby
    +3
    An occasional hurricane
  • Firefly 2012/06/24 05:47:30
    None of the above
    Firefly
    +4
    hmmm... lemme think...

    Lightning struck forest fires...

    White Out Winter Conditions...

    Spring Melt / Runoff Raging Rivers...

    Steamy, Smouldering SuperVolcano...

    Dang it ! I should have checked Y.E.S. !!!

    YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
  • Charu ∞ijm♥∞ 2012/06/24 05:45:12
    Yes
    Charu ∞ijm♥∞
    +4
    major tornadoes and minor earthquakes

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