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  • 0 Auckland Flood Maps

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    Auckland City Council has created a handy tool around flood risks.  There are four flood categories Flood Plains Flood Prone Areas Overland Flow Paths Coastal inundation Check out the map at https://bit.ly/3SmGUUU  There is a description of eachand you can zoom in on the map for your street by the looks. Knowing the risks can keep you safer.  

  • 0 Hot Days - How To Cope

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    Heat Exhaustion Comes Before Heat Stroke, but we're here to help with exclusive heat alerts.   From 32deg, heat exhaustion can develop. More importantly, the Humidex can reach 40 at which point the body can suffer with Heat Exhaustion or Heat Stroke. Humidex is the measure temperature and humidity and gives a  "Temp feels like" sensation.  39 is our trigger for  heat alerts  Example: A temperature of 32 and a Humidity of 50% gives a Humidex of 40. Before symptoms appear, you may develop a red rash (heat rash) or heat cramps. These muscle cramps can affect any muscle, but they usually happen in the arms or legs. Heat exhaustion symptoms may include: Dizziness, light-headedness, blurred vision and headache. Fever Fatigue, weakness or fainting (syncope). Nausea and vomiting. Rapid, shallow breaths. Severe or excessive sweating and cold, clammy (damp) skin. Swollen ankles or swelling in the feet and hands (heat edema). Weak, fast heartbeat and low blood pressure when you stand up (orthostatic hypotension). What causes heat exhaustion? Usually, sweat cools your skin and acts like an air conditioner for your entire body. When active (especially in hot weather), your body works hard to regulate its core temperature. Heat exhaustion happens when your body temperature rises too high and your body can’t cool itself down. During physical activity, your body loses fluids and electrolytes through sweat. Electrolytes are minerals (such as sodium and potassium) that help your body work the way it should. If your body loses too much fluid and sodium (salt) and you don’t replace them, you become dehydrated. Dehydration can lead to heat exhaustion. This video is well worth a watch Drinking Water Is NOT the Best Way to Stay Hydrated Lert Info has exclusive Heat Alerts. Lert now sends exclusive real time heat alerts when three close locations reach 39degrees (Humidex).  You won't know what the temp is unless you have a thermometer so we're here to help. These alerts are only sent to members on our email/ Txt service members.  If you want to be included sign up for FREE - Register here.

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