Though the official start of the 2014 Hurricane Season isn’t until next week, it’s never too early to get prepared in case something happens. That’s why the National Weather Service holds “National Hurricane Preparedness Week” each year during the week of May 25th – 31st. It’s the time of year to educate people about the possible effects a storm could have on you, your family, your home, and your area.
Direct Energy has shared information about hurricanes and hurricane preparedness with you in the past, so we wanted to assemble a few of our most beneficial posts for you. This list is by no means comprehensive, but it’s a great starting point for people who want to be prepared for whatever might happen in 2014.
- Hurricane 101 – Preparing for the Storm
- Preparing for Hurricane Season
- Your Partner in Hurricane Preparation
- Some Not-So-Common Hurricane Preparedness Tips
- Weathering the Storm with Children
Be on the lookout for more posts about the 2014 Hurricane Season in the coming weeks and months, as we want to provide our wonderful customers with the crucial hurricane-related news and material they can use. We also recommend that you visit our friends at the Hurricane Prep Center for a bevy of useful resources and updates about storm activity. You should also follow Direct Energy on Twitter for information about any storms coming to your area.