Hurricane Season Supplies List

Hurricane Season is from June 1 to Nov. 30. And Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends gathering the following supplies in case of a storm.

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Stock up on non-perishable foods and don't forget a manual can opener.
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Baby diapers and other hygiene products are also must-have items.
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Have at least a week's supply of baby formula and powdered milk as well.
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Don't forget about your pets during a storm! Officials say to stock up on food, water, and medication for your pet.
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Make sure to have any prescription for medicines for a minimum of three weeks.
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Water is very important. You should have one gallon of water per person per day for personal use and cooking. Freeze water in plastic bags if necessary.
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It's essential to have a basic tool kit, extension cables, ropes and other similar items.
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A first-aid kit is also a must.
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Flashlights with batteries or solar energy are also important, and don't forget extra batteries!
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A battery-powered or hand crank radio and a NOAA Weather Radio with tone alert and extra batteries for both should also be on hand.
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Temperatures can drop quickly if you lose power. Make sure to have a warm blanket or sleeping bag available.
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Make sure to have entertaining games and activities for your family during a power outage.
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Keep important documents like passports, wallets, social security numbers and other records in a waterproof container or safe place.
It doesn't hurt to keep a supply of cash available in case of an emergency.
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Just make sure you have sufficient supply of sanitary items like toilet paper, paper towels and other health essentials.
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