Are you prepared for hurricane season?
Hurricane season in the United States starts on June 1 and ends on November 30, the 6-month period when conditions are ripest for tropical storms. From power outages to floods to severe property damage, tropical storms pose huge risks to people and places.
While you may get up to a 36-hour warning before a storm, it’s better to be as informed and prepared as possible ahead of time. Here’s what your family can do to get ready today.
HELP WHERE AND WHEN YOU NEED IT
One of the best ways to prepare for a hurricane is to listen to and learn from those who have experienced storms firsthand. Three survivors tell their stories in our Storm Saga series.
LEARN FROM OTHERS
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Do you have what you need? Watch this video to learn which items to include when assembling your very-own storm preparedness kit.
BUILD YOUR PREP KIT
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