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Storm Team 9: Tips to prevent frozen pipes

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Storm Team 9 is forecasting very cold temperatures over the next several days.  As the temperatures drop well below freezing during the night hours, your home could be at risk of frozen pipes.
     
If a water pipe freezes and bursts, it will likely cause a lot of problems.

Storm Team 9 Meteorologist Dontae Jones explains how to get your home ready for these frigid temperatures. Click the "Play" button on the attached video or head over to the Video section on our mobile app for more details.

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