What To Do When A Hurricane Is Coming

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So, when a Hurricane is headed in your direction, usually you have at least five days warning in order to prepare. So, now you ask yourself, “What do I do to prepare?”

Here are the steps you take:

Day 1: Nothing. You’ve been through the scares before. Most likely the weather reporter has it wrong.

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