- Learn how to safely use alternative heat sources and generators during a power outage: disastersafety.org/disastersafety/build-a-plan-for-a-power-outage.
- An Emergency Preparedness Kit should have three days of food, water, prescription medications and other supplies ready (ready.gov/build-a-kit).
- For current weather conditions during a power outage, consider getting a NOAA Weather Radio.
Winter Storm Harper can bring heavy snow plus high winds. And, that folks, can mean power outages. Here are tips to help you prepare:
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