Gulf Coast residents are bracing for Hurricane Michael, which could be the most destructive storm the state of Florida has seen in decades, according to Gov. Rick Scott.
With that in mind, these pages offer tips on how to deal with the storm, before, during and after.
You’ll also find valuable resources to protect your home and your family.
The Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1 to November 30th with most of the storm activity occurring between August and October. Being prepared in advance will make you breathe a little easier.
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