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  1. Have an emergency kit ready.  Creating a kit with nonperishable food and water will be helpful in case your power goes out or the weather prevents you from leaving your house to get food.
  2. Make sure you have a quick and easy way to contact family members.  If not all members of your family have cell phones, find another way to contact them quickly in case of an emergency.  Even if your family members do have cell phones, you should come up with an additional way to contact them in case telephone lines are down.
  3. Keep your pets in mind.  Make sure your pets tags are up to date in case you are separated from them and be sure to stock up on their food.  If you are forced to evacuate, take your pets along with you.
  4. Know evacuation routes.  Learning evacuation routes prior to evacuation will alleviate some of the stress of having to evacuate. 
  5. Know if you live in a flood zone. If you live near any body of water that can easily overflow, make sure you are prepared and protected with the proper insurance coverage.   Be sure your insurance is paid well in advance.  Storm season is a bad time to have a lapse in coverage.
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