No matter how many times you’ve been through a hurricane, the more prepared you are for the storm, the better off you will be during and after it happens, and the less panicked you’ll be when it makes landfall.
Often it's up to you to notice the sky getting dark and the breeze beginning to pick up as a thunderstorm moves in. Even if you do keep an eye to the sky you could still be in some danger from a bolt out of the blue.
Hurricane preparedness week started May 27 and it lasts until June 2. We are quite familiar with hurricane season and the official hurricane season starts this Friday, June 1. The coast of Louisiana and Texas have faced hurricanes many times. FEMA (The Federal Emergency Management Agency) and NOAA (The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration) are partnering together to promote 2012 National Hurricane Preparedness Week.
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