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    Key Facts about Hurricane Readiness

    The Hurricane Readiness Fact Sheet combines all of the key content of the CDC Hurricanes Web site into one downloadable, printable file. By printing this Portable Document Format (PDF) file, you will have important hurricane health and safety information available even when you're without power or Internet service. Download Fact Sheet Key Facts about Hurricane Readiness   List of Web Pages...
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    Another Free Hurricane Safety Tip - Download Be Ready Poster Free

    Hurricane Preparedness is a hot topic right now.. and it should be. We've only just entered 2013 Hurricane Season, and weather is showing it's ugly side already. Are you prepared should a storm hit your area? Here's another in our series of Hurricane Tips for Readiness and Survival.  Download this Free Hurricane Safety Poster from the CDC Poster: “Be Ready...
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    Wireless Emergency Alerts

    What Are Wireless Emergency Alerts? They are Weather warnings on the go! Imagine this: You’re driving down the highway, humming along to your favorite tunes, when the cell phone stowed in your bag suddenly makes a strange noise. To investigate, you take the next exit and safely pull over to check the screen. Good thing you did: Your phone just alerted you...
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    Emergency Health & Safety Tip

    Record Personal Belongings Be prepared in case you need to file an insurance claim. Keep video, photo, or written records of your belongings. Take the First Steps for a Hurricane  or other Disaster Plan Make a Plan Take the First Steps Prepare to Evacuate Complete Your Plan Learn about your community's emergency plans, warning signals, evacuation routes, and locations of...
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    Tip: Check Your Disaster Kit

    Hurricane Season started June 1st. Remember to check your emergency kit from last season. Make sure that you have everything you need. Replace expired items such as food and medicine. Gather Emergency Supplies If disaster strikes your community, you might not have access to food, water, or electricity for some time. By taking time now to prepare emergency water supplies...
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    Tropical storm Andrea is the first named storm of the 2013 hurricane season

    'Andrea' Is The First Tropical Storm Of The 2013 Hurricane Season which the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts will be either above normal or possibly extremely active. It should hit Florida around 1:00 p.m. EDT Thursday, where there will be a tropical storm warning. The coast of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina will be under a tropical...
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    Very Active Hurricane Season predicted for 2013

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, United States Department of Commerce (NOAA) predicts active 2013 Atlantic hurricane season Era of high activity for Atlantic hurricanes continues In its 2013 Atlantic hurricane season outlook issued today, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting an active or extremely active season this year. For the six-month hurricane season, which begins June 1, NOAA’s Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook says there...
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    Hurricane Season is Coming... Are you Prepared?

    Are you ready for Hurricane Season (& other Disasters?) As hurricane season begins, take a few minutes to review guidelines on what to do before, during, and after a hurricane. If you live in certain regions of the United States--including Hawaii and coastal areas along the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico--preparing for a hurricane may be especially critical. The...
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    Handling a Hurricane

    New York was plunged into darkness, and millions went without power for days. High surf caused extreme flooding that washed away the homes and livelihoods of countless people living along the Jersey Shore.

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