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Find out why you shouldn't shower during a storm
Written by SOT.COM.AL 29 Shtator 2022
Thunder and lightning storms are scary, but they can also be dangerous, even when you're at home; showering, in the bathtub or even washing the dishes.
Since lightning can 'travel' through plumbing fixtures, "it's best to avoid anything that has to do with water during a storm," writes CNN.
Do not shower, wash dishes or hands," the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
“The risk of lightning 'travelling' through plumbing fixtures may be less with plastic pipes than with metal pipes. However, it is best to avoid all contact with plumbing and running water during a lightning storm to reduce the risk of being struck,” the CDC added.
That's not the only danger when you're inside. Stay away from porches and balconies, stay away from windows and doors and "do not lie on concrete floors or lean against concrete walls," the agency said.
Also, "do not use anything plugged into an electrical outlet, such as computers or other electronic devices," the CDC said. “Stay away from corded phones. Cell phones and cordless phones are safe unless they are connected to an outlet through a charger."