Friday, October 7, 2016

Weathering the Storm: How to Prep for Hurricane Matthew

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Hurricane Matthew battered Florida's East Coast early Friday, and experts maintain that the worst effects are yet to come. It looks like the weather system is tracking away from Virginia's coast, but it remains to be seen whether the entire storm center will cross over land. According to National Hurricane Center Director Richard Knabb, the storm "is going to get a lot worse before it [has] a chance of getting better."

The fact is that weather is unpredictable, and it pays to be ready for any contingency. Last year, I sent out a list of steps you can take to make sure you and your family are prepared for the worst, but I wanted to make sure that you have access to the right resources in case this storm system hits our coast.

If you live in a hurricane-prone area, you can find more safety and preparedness tips at You can also visit the National Hurricane Center for the latest forecasts on Hurricane Matthew and the National Weather Service for active weather alerts.

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