Good Morning America's Ginger Zee delivered an important message to the public on Wednesday - and got her young children involved too.
The TV meteorologist shared a sweet photo cuddling up to Adrian and Miles in which they were all wearing crash helmets.
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But the family weren't out for a bike ride, they were showing how to prepare yourself in the event of a natural disaster.
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She wrote: "Helmet! Closed toe shoes! Interior, underground safe space! Today it's #SafePlaceSelfie day — a reminder to know where you’ll go when tornadoes or damaging winds threaten!
"This will save your life. You should also have a NOAA weather radio, flashlights, water, air horn!"
Her fans thanked the GMA star for her informative post and wrote: "Ohhh I never thought of a helmet and closed toe shoes," to which Ginger responded: "Yes! So helpful and truly can save you if debris or collapse."
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Ginger and her boys provided a checklist for tornado preparation
Others appreciated her checklist and more of her social media followers commented on her two sweet boys.
"You are a perfect boy momma! Such a cute picture," wrote one, while a second added: "You are the best."
Ginger - who shares her sons with her husband, Ben Aaron - recently celebrated exciting news when she revealed she had shot the cover for her new book.
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Ginger recently shot the cover for her new book
The award-winning author revealed: "A Little Closer To Home — my new book is out October 12, 2021! Shot the cover today and I can’t wait to share it with all of you. Pre-order now available (link in my bio)."
Her previous book, Natural Disaster, became a New York Times bestseller as she opened up about her life from her humble beginnings in a small town in Michigan to her successful career as a meteorologist.
She candidly confessed: "I cover them, I am one," about the title. Ginger also opened up about her lifelong battle with crippling depression and her romances before finding love with her husband.
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