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We're committed to helping you prepare for the possibility of extreme weather events, such as tropical storms and hurricanes. The Atlantic storm season typically lasts from June 1 through November 30. Here’s what you’ll want to have on hand, as well as helpful tips and links.

Build your storm kit.

Roadways and utilities may be affected even after a storm has passed, so you'll need enough supplies and nonperishable foods to last for an extended period of time. Print the checklists below and take them with you when you shop. This is also a good time to check prescriptions and have them refilled.

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Adobe PDF iconNonperishable Foods Checklist

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After the storm.

You’ll need to know some basics of food and water safety, such as how to disinfect your water and when unrefrigerated food should be disposed of. Remain indoors until you're given official notice that it's okay to go outside. When you do, stay away from any downed power lines, as well as trees and other objects that have come in contact with them. If you plan to use a gas- or diesel-powered generator, do so safely: Be sure to ventilate properly and keep the generator at least 20 feet from your home.

For further guidance on storm preparation and aftereffects, see the following resources.

Expert resources.