Well enough people have been saying “Danger Will Robinson” to fill the airwaves and the tubes with dire warnings and stuff to stimulate the milk, candles and bread industry. Ever wonder why we have this collective urge to shop before impending weather disasters? I’ve always been baffled. It’s not like you can’t just turn on the tap and get drinking water and scrounge through the cupboards for a few saltiness to tide you over the hour or so when mother nature truly has wrathed her worst. But I digress.
Below is the link to the Governor’s everything you need to know about the hurricane.
More importantly if you live in an area prone to flooding, take a look at your storm drains and clear out trash and debris so the water has someplace to go. Broken twigs and tree branches are what beavers use to build dams. So why let urban storm drains in your neighborhood create problems? You and your neighbors will reap the drier benefits. Don’t forget your own gutters. And tie down patio and deck furniture.