Read the annual Hurricane Guide for tips and information about preparing for the season.

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In the first hurricane season since Harvey, local emergency management officials say they’ve changed some things about the way they plan to respond to storms — while they also stood by the fundamentals of hurricane response that form the basis of the local emergency response plans.

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If you’re going to stay for a hurricane, you’ll need to be prepared for weeks of sweltering humidity without electricity, so having a reliable generator can help you stay cool, calm and connected.

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