What to do now to prepare for Hurricane Dorian
Experts say you should do these things to get ready for Hurricane Dorian, which could threaten the Carolinas later this week.
already declared a state of emergency along with two waivers. Those waivers will make it easier for officials to respond after the storm. Several North Carolina can't counties are already partially activating their emergency operation centers as they prepare. State officials are warning you to do so as well. Wre else. Casey Cunningham breaks down What you need to prepare. There's a whole list of things you can do. Just be on the safe side of the hurricane ready. One of the easiest is to fill up your gas tank. This is a new normal in that storms are stronger and more fierce than they have ever been that we need to be ready to fort for these kinds of storms in the future, Governor Roy Cooper says while the state of North Carolina prepares for her Kandorians impact, it's a good idea to prepare in your own home is pretty easy for people to go ahead and plan your evacuation route. Go ahead and make sure you have your emergency. Most of these items you may already have around the house. You can put them in a large container and have it on standby. Ready, N. C says each person in your home should have a gallon of water per day for at least three days. You should also pack cash in case you are unable to use a debit or credit card. Philip Prescription medications and have in a bacterial wipes or gel on standby. It's also a good idea to include a flashlight first aid kit, extra keys for your house and car, including our insurance records, key documents. And make sure these air updated with your current policies while residents on the coast or praying Hurricane Dorian takes a different path. A well prepared hurricane kit can alleviate a bit of stress. The whole list of supplies for your hurricane kit is on the ready and See website, or we've got a guide on double Cornell dot com. Casey Cunningham, WRL News, Raleigh