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Hurricane Preparedness Guide

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“It only takes one storm to significantly disrupt your life,” stated FEMA Deputy Administrator Joseph Nimmich. Preparing for the worst can keep you, your family, and first responders out of harm’s way.”

Hurricane Predictions

According to Colorado State University hurricane researchers, a moderate El Niño could develop by the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season. El Niño is known to warm the Equatorial Pacific Ocean every two to seven years and is associated with weakening hurricane season patterns in the Atlantic. Storm predictions range but most accredited weather forecasters foresee moderate storm activity this year: with 11 named storms and four hurricanes, two of which are expected to be Category 3 or higher in U.S. territories.

“While seasonal forecasts may vary from year to year – some high, some low – it only takes one storm to significantly disrupt your life,” stated FEMA Deputy Administrator Joseph Nimmich. Preparing for the worst can keep you, your family, and first responders out of harm’s way.”

Take steps to prepare today! Download Generac's Preparedness Guide below.

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Hurricane Preparedness Guide Download

It's that time of the year — Hurricane Season. Here's your chance to plan for the storm.

From the leader in emergency power and preparedness, Generac offers you a manageable way to guide you through the storm season. Whether you plan to stay in your home or leave town, this guide offers tips on:

  • Planning for family members and pets
  • When to stay and when to leave
  • What to do in the instance you lose power
  • How to prevent storm inconveniences

Find 10 easy preparedness tips, recipes for all scenarios, post storm clean up, and learn why Generac is the power industry’s expert in preparedness.

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