Prepare for Hurricane Season

The 2020 hurricane season has already been busy – but according to predictions, it could even get busier. Just look at what is happening now with Marco and Laura. So what can you do to #preparetobugin? You need to prepare for hurricane season.

Prepare for Hurricane Season

Here are 5 suggestions to include in your hurricane season preparations:

1. Have at least 5 days of food and water (most experts say 3 days but I’d rather err on the side of caution.
2. If you should lose power, know where your reading glasses and your prescriptions are. To do that, have at least 2 flashlights and LOTS OF BATTERIES!
3. Is your cell phone charged like I advised you in a previous article?
4. Now where did you put your bag of an extra change of clothes should your house get flooded? Do you know where it is should you need it for your hurricane season readiness?
5. Read “Killer Hurricane Preparedness” on our website to get more information and suggestions. To be prepared is to survive. Don’t wait; PREPARE NOW.

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Get Ready! A hurricane may be coming.

Hurricane Season Readiness

Hurricanes typically can cause a wide array of weather phenomenon. Like what, you might ask. Let’s see a brief list of hurricane season readiness items you should be aware of that could occur. You can start your hurricane season preparation right away:

The above list is just a taste of what can happen during a hurricane, so it just makes since that you should prepare for hurricane season. Prepare to bug in; however also be ready to bug out should flooding or other devastation develop.

Let’s now look at whom hurricanes can most adversely affect – seniors and handicapped. They need to get ready for hurricane season too. I’m sure you may remember the devastating news during Hurricane Katrina in 2005.  The number of people that were stranded due to all of the above side effects of hurricane storms tore at my heart strings, to say the least.

Hurricane Season Preparation

Over 175 mile-per-hour winds and an excess of $125 billion worth of damages struck terror in the hearts of nursing home, care center and hospital residents because they were in many cases abandoned and left to die. It was a terrible thing to hear from the media that these fragile individuals were told that someone would come to rescue them – and they never did. Bug in safety is critical for everyone but most of all for those people who can’t help themselves. You should help them get ready for hurricane season.
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Updated 10/9/2023