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GOES-R Launch Week Highlights - Cheryl Nelson, TV Host & Meteorologist, CBM
WTKR News 3 Coast Live's TV Host, Cheryl Nelson spends some time at Kennedy Space Center, FL for the NOAA GOES-R launch and broadcast meteorologists workshop organized by Storm Center Communications. Here's a montage of Cheryl's highlights.
CHERYL NELSON, METEOROLOGIST & TV HOST, HELPS PREPARE FOR SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS
Hurricane Florence kicked off the season with a bang, and last year we saw enormous storms like Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria tear paths of death and destruction across the Caribbean and the U.S. Every day there is news coverage of record floods, earthquakes, crippling blizzards and tornadoes hitting unusual parts of the nation. That’s why we’re fortunate to have network television meteorologist Cheryl Nelson to provide her top safety tips to help people prepare for the storms.
A NATIONALLY RESPECTED DISASTER EXPERT SHARES HER CHECKLIST FOR STAYING SAFE
Each year, it seems there are more storms and the storms are more intense, which is why we recognize National Preparedness Month each September. Here to help us prepare for severe weather is Cheryl Nelson, founder of ‘Prepare with Cher’ – She is also an instructor for FEMA’S National Disaster Preparedness Training Center and a meteorologist.
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Severe Weather Preparedness with Cheryl Nelson
How to prepare for the upcoming Severe Weather and Hurricane Season Cheryl Nelson - Disaster Preparedness Expert/Meteorologist, CBM Cheryl Nelson, Disaster Preparedness Expert, Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and Weather & Preparedness Advisor for Cummins, will discuss how to prepare in the event of severe weather—in line with Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 7-13, 2017). She will offer tips on how to plan and prep for a storm, what to have on-hand and how to avoid being left without power.
Severe Weather and Hurricane Prep with Cheryl Nelson
For more interesting videos go to: https://newsplexnow.com/ Cheryl Nelson, Disaster Preparedness Expert, Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and Weather & Preparedness Advisor for Cummins, recently discussed with news and morning shows around the country how to prepare in the event of severe weather—in line with Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 6-12, 2018). In the video above, Cheryl offers tips on how to plan and prep for a storm, what to have on-hand and how to avoid being left without power. Take a look! *Content Provided and Sponsored by Cummins, Inc.
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PROTECT Your Home in a FLASH with a Cummins Home Standby Generator
John Zarrella of the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes talks with Cheryl Nelson, Weather and Preparedness Advisor for Cummins, about the importance of backup power. Estimate your residential generator needs and get a free in-home assessment https://homegenerators.cummins.com/.
Cummins and Disaster Preparedness: Installing Your Home Generator
If you’re interested in a home standby generator and are curious about what an installation entails, this video from Cummins explains it all. You’ll see how easy Cummins and it’s certified dealers make getting a Cummins Home Standby Generator installed in your home. Learn more at https://homegenerators.cummins.com/.
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Cummins Weather Preparedness Tips for Winter Storm Season
Cummins, maker of home standby generators, has partnered with meteorologist Cheryl Nelson to provide tips on how you and your family can prepare for and stay safe during a snow or ice storm. Visit homegenerators.cummins.com/ahead-of-the-storm for more prep tips for any season.
4th of July Party Planning & Safety Tips w/ Lifestyle Expert Cheryl Nelson
Lifestyle Expert Cheryl Nelson shares her tricks for planning a successful 4th of July Party and tips for staying safe during the fireworks celebrations. She's a gluten-free vegan and shares some delicious treats too! Sponsored by Bob's Red Mill.