FEMA Advises Mid-Atlantic to Prepare for Hurricane Season

The Federal Emergency Management Agency says West Virginia, Virginia and other mid-Atlantic states should be prepared for hurricane season.

The agency said Monday the season that starts June 1 is expected to be above normal. Hurricane season runs through November.

FEMA advises residents to pay close attention to weather forecasts. Preparedness also includes being ready for power outages, flooding and high winds.

The agency advises people to have enough provisions for 72 hours, including food, water and supplies such as batteries. People also need to be ready to evacuate and bring personal documents.

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