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Hurricane Season Begins Today

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It’s Hurricane Preparedness Week! Now is a good time to plan how to protect your family during these powerful storms of the Atlantic hurricane season, which begins on June 1. The How to Prepare for a Hurricane guide from America’s PrepareAthon! provides valuable information about planning for evacuation and shelter, and how to avoid flood waters and high winds during a hurricane. Taking a few simple, but important actions now can help you weather the storm and keep you and your family safe.
  If you are in an area without an evacuation notice, take shelter from high winds and flood waters by following these tips: 
  Stay safe during and after a hurricane by avoiding floodwaters on roads, walkways, bridges, and on the ground. Turn Around, Don’t Drown! Do not attempt to cross floodwater! The depth of the water is not always obvious; flood waters can hide damaged and washed out roadways, and only a few inches of moving water can knock an adult off their feet, and a foot of water can sweep away a large vehicle.   
Take your disaster preparedness to the next level! America’s PrepareAthon! has valuable resources to prepare for hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, wildfires, tornadoes, and winter storms.

Click here for How to Prepare for a Hurricane Guide

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