You can’t always be in front of your TV set watching CBS4 while completing your hurricane preparations. You won’t always have your TV if you’re in a shelter, or when the power goes off. That’s the reason for the CBS4 Hurricane Network!
Test your hurricane preparedness by answering the questions below. Good Luck! 1) What’s the difference between a “watch” and a “warning”? 2) What do the numbers on the Saffir-Simpson scale mean? 3) What is the storm […]
The fifth named storm has formed in the Caribbean, according to the National Hurricane Center.
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?”
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.
Make sure you have current contact information for each employee. Encourage them to tell you where they plan to ride out the storm.