We who live in North Alabama know our weather. The meteorological phenomena mean we are well versed in the vocabulary of watches, warnings, El Niño, and microbursts. But knowledge without action is useless. Leverage the Alabama Department of Revenue's sales tax holiday for Severe Weather Preparedness to take action and save on supplies and other items to ready for the upcoming storm season.
Upgrade your emergency kit, purchase a weather radio, or restock on supplies during the 72 hours from Friday the 21st to Sunday the 23rd. Consumers can purchase weather preparedness goods without sales tax. Here's the full list of state-approved items. (Find out if your city and county are participating) Those seeking relief would do well to venture out that weekend and capitalize on the holiday.
Do some shopping on the weekend to prep you and your family for storms. Ultimately, education and supplies will prepare residents for the severe weather that arrives in Madison County each spring.
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