The 2022 Hurricane Season is fast approaching. June 1 is the official start date of the season but that could change next year. Over the last seven years, there have been preseason and early-season storm activity. Because of the increase of storms, the National Hurricane Center is considering changing the start of the season to May 15. Last year’s preseason Tropical Storm Ana and other systems over the years are several reasons for the proposed change. Another reason for the change is the intensity of preseason storms. For example, five years ago, Hurricane Alberto, a catastrophic storm, left major damage in Florida and is still the costliest preseason storm in history.  With only 55 days to go, now is a good time to get your survival kit ready. Click either link to find out what you need:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aAUL2LAcbs   or https://www.ready.gov/kit

Be sure to check my Blog next week for more information on the upcoming hurricane season or to get another tip from the “Persevere thru the Pandemic’ series from my book, The Overlooked Voices of Hurricane Katrina Mississippi Black Women Survivors Resilience and Recovery.

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