Hurricane season has officially begun. Meteorologists are forecasting an average season with 12 named storms and the potential for a few major hurricanes in 2016. But just because they’re expecting an average season doesn’t mean you shouldn’t bother preparing. There were only 6 named storms the year hurricane Andrew destroyed much of South Florida.
Considering this, now seems like a good time to make sure your hurricane preps are in order. Preparedness Mama made a list of 18 tips to help you get prepared. If you live anywhere near the gulf coast or east coast, take a look at this list and make sure you can check off everything that applies to you.
Shelle writes, “Lack of preparation is the biggest factor of hurricane devastation. So what you do today could be what keeps you safe tomorrow. If you live in hurricane country then you have a few extras to add to your summer to do list.” Follow the link below to keep reading.