Winter Storm Elliott, set to move across the US, could potentially become a bomb cyclone.

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How to stay safe at home during potential bomb cyclone.

How to stay safe "Bomb cyclone".

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1. It's best to stock up your house including first aid supplies, and a torch.

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 2. Also batteries in case of a power outage.

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3. Check a properly ventilated generator.

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4. Check functional carbon monoxide detector.

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5. Winter supplies are useful as well, including ice melt salt.

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6. spade to help clear pavements and driveways of heavy snow.

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How to stay safe on the road during potential bomb cyclone.

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1. If you are planning to travel, drivers should check forecasts before leaving for the destination.

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2. Also Check For longer journeys, drivers check forecasts and conditions for key points.

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3. Blizzard conditions include visibility of less than a quarter of a mile (400m) and winds greater than 35mph (56km/h).

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4."Do not let pride stop you from turning around or seeking safety along the way,"  Dr Stern Said. 

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5. In the event of an emergency, drivers can tie a bright-coloured cloth to their car antenna or door to be visible to rescuers.

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families should have enough food, water and essential medications to last at least 72 hours - or three days.

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