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Hurricane Irene Is Moving and Getting Stronger

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Hurricane Irene continued to pummel the Bahamas together with fierce winds and heavy rains on Thurs as the enormous storm inched north on a path that could contain it making landfall about the North Carolina coast Sunday and in the particular Northeast on Weekend. The primary of Hurricane Irene, which was a Group 3 storm… Read more »

Hurricane Irene May Soon Be On The East Coast

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Irene may turn into a Category 4 Hurricane… Swirling through the southeast Bahamas, Hurricane Irene has become more intense this morning, reaching major category 3 status, with peak sustained winds of One hundred fifteen mph. Typhoon warnings continue for all of the Bahamas exactly where 6-12 inches associated with rain are expected in addition to… Read more »

The 5 Things You Need if There’s a Hurricane

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Hurricanes are violent storms that require quick action on your part if there’s one headed your way. The best thing to do is prepare in advance with a “bug out” or “get-out-of-Dodge” kit, with all the supplies you need to survive during an evacuation. Here’s what you need: 1. An Evacuation Plan Your family needs… Read more »

Additional Hurricane Preparedness Tips

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Things would have been so much easier if disaster follows a certain schedule that makes it easier to anticipate. But since such is not the case, taking note of hurricane safety precautions and assembling a proper disaster kit would be the best way for you to efficiently cope with anything that a calamity brings. Your… Read more »

What are Hurricanes?

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Hurricanes are violent tropical storms with sustained winds of at least 74 mph. They form over warm ocean waters – usually starting as storms in the Caribbean or off the west coast of Africa. As they move westward, they are fueled by the warm waters of the tropics. Warm, moist air moves toward the center… Read more »