Latest Miami Hurricane Preps
Now that the storm has passed, and your lights are still on, if you are among the lucky South Floridians with a generator you’re likely to be wondering, “What do I do with all of this gas?”
Your pets are members of your family. Don’t leave them out of your hurricane plans.
South Florida is a boater’s paradise, except when a hurricane threatens. But you can do several things to help your boat survive a storm.
Water is the one hurricane supply you can’t live without. Before a storm approaches, or makes landfall, you should have a plan set in place so you won’t run dry after the storm.
Category 1 hurricanes are dangerous, and Category 5 storms can be survived. How well you and your family come through any storm depends on preparation.
Remember to get your proof of residency from your hurricane kit; you may need it to re-enter an evacuation area.
Keep in mind that NO types of plywood shutters meet the South Florida Building Code. If at all possible, install a commercially produced shutter or other product that does meet the building code
Storm preparations require supplies and experts offer a shopping list of those necessary items.
Confused about the difference between a tropical disturbance and a tropical wave? CBS4 has the answers.
Hurricane hotline phone numbers and web links.
Tropical Weather Resources
Hurricane 2013 Resources
Closings & Cancelations