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Weather Explanations, Hurricanes, Tropical Storms
Asset ID: 5300
Detail: Have a portable radio or television, mobile phone or wireless Internet connection.
Since many cell phone systems may fail, older media my be the more reliable.The
public media, combined with NOAA Weather Radio, are by far the best ways to
keep informed of a storm's progress. During hurricane emergencies most TV
stations will devote their full resources to public warnings, particularly
if there is a staff meteorologist to alert the public to the storm's
progress, and relay notices of evacuations, and other necessary information.
The key is having a battery powered system that you may take with you that
will operate for a long time (days?) in case of power failure.