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A Hurricane Preparedness Tip from CPHC:

When a hurricane or tropical storm threatens...

  • Secure loose outdoor objects that might be blown away by high winds, and become flying debris.
  • Boats should be moored securely, or moved to a designated safe area well before the storm arrives.
  • Windows should be boarded up. Larger windows may be broken by wind pressure, while smaller windows are mainly damaged by wind driven debris.
  • If evacuation is required, be sure to take your disaster supply kit when leaving for a designated shelter. Keep in mind that evacuation routes may become flooded or cut off, even before the full force of the tropical cyclone arrives.