Weather.com and other media’s computer models projects that one of the possible storm tracks for the tropical depression (TD9) – currently over the Gulf of Mexico – could put it over or near Lakeland, FL where MHProNews.com and MHLivingNews.com are headquartered.
While a power failure here would should not impact either websites, it could prevent us from being able to do our normal news and blog updates.
As another programming notice, we have not one, but two reports in the pipeline about recent and looming windstorms and weather events, and how that relates to manufactured housing.
The tornado-windstorm video we produced for ManufacturedHomeLivingNews (MHLivingNews.com) has passed a quarter of a million views.
The updated version of that video is linked here – or by clicking the image below – and provides powerful insights useful for MH homeowners, the general public and MH professional alike. See that timely video, which includes interviews, news clips, experts and third party commentary, all in a concise package, linked above and below. This new video illustrates the comparison between windstorm damage to conventional housing vs. the same or similar windstorm damage to manufactured homes.
Bookmark and share the video link routinely, to help correct the record and dispel the myths and misconceptions about manufactured homes and windstorms. ##
(Image credits, Weather.com and MailChimp; text credit, MHProNews.)
(Editor’s Note: Indiana-based Matthew Silver is taking some much needed and well-earned time off, and L. A. “Tony” Kovach will be helping fill the Daily Business News role in the interim).
Article submitted by L. A. “Tony” Kovach, to the Daily Business News for MHProNews.