Items that should be on hand for a hurricane

The National Hurricane Center suggests the following materials:

-Top off gas in your car

-Propane for your generator

-Water: At least 1 gallon of water per person/ animal per day for at least 3 days.

-Food: At least a 3-day supply of non-perishable food.

-Radio: A battery-powered radio with NOAA weather radio tone alert and extra batteries.

-Flashlight: Make sure you have extra batteries as well.

-First Aid Kit

-Manual can opener: If the electricity is out, you would need some way to open your canned food.

-Cellphone: Make sure you have extra battery packs or a solar charger to keep your phone on.

-Prescription medications



-Important family documents: Make sure you have copies of insurance policies and some form of state issued ID.

-Sturdy shoes: Think about pulling out those rain boots and sneakers.

-Pet supplies: Your pets will need enough food and water to also weather out the storm with you.

National Hurricane Center


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