Wirecutter: The Top 10 Tools to Help You Ride Out the Next Hurricane
Hurricanes have terrifying power, and because of their sheer scope and unpredictability, each one presents variables that are totally out of your control. How destructive will it be? Will you have to evacuate? Will it shift direction and come right at you? As unsettling as these questions are, there’s a lot you can do to prepare for one of these megastorms—from making sure you have the right gear to completing a few relatively simple home improvements.
See the full list from Doug Mahoney on Wirecutter's website here.
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