How To Survive A Hurricane
As Houston recovers from the disaster of Hurricane Harvey, a once in 500-year storm, three other major weather events making their way from the Atlantic Ocean up to the Gulf of Mexico. Hurricane Irma and Tropical Storms Jose and Katia are estimated to cause substantial damage to Florida and surrounding areas. The storms have already dealt heavy blows to the island of Barbuda with the Prime Minister stating that they had lost at least 90% of structures and are heading up to Puerto Rico. As Floridians prepare for the storm to cross their path, we wanted to create a post that would equip them for any eventuality.
Before the Hurricane Hits
The most important aspect of hurricane preparedness is to have a plan. When a storm hits, you and your family may not be together and have to find shelter in unexpected places. Make sure that every family member knows where to meet up in the wake of the hurricane.
You should also try to maintain a supply of:
After the Hurricane Hits
Follow ALL recommendations and orders from authorities. If they tell you to get out, GET OUT.
The most important aspect of hurricane preparedness is that you can never be too prepared. Stay safe!