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Learn more about the alerts on your phone that keep you safe! weather.gov/wrn/wea
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After #Irma: only use generators outside, far away from windows, doors, & vents—they can cause carbon monoxide poisoning.
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September is preparedness month. For starters, learn more about WEA (wireless emergency alerts) weather.gov/wrn/wea
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Es muy importante que solo use los generadores en exteriores, lejos de puertas, ventanas, y conductos de ventilación. #Irma
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With power outages and lack of air conditioning due to #Irma, be sure to check on your neighbors—especially those who may need extra help.
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When the power goes out, keep your generator outside. Get more tips from @NWS go.usa.gov/xRMBG #FloodSafety #TheMoreYouNOAA
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It is incredibly important to only use generators outdoors and away from all doors, windows, & vents. #HurricaneIrma
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Did you evacuate bc of #Irma? Return to your home or business ONLY after local authorities say it is safe. ow.ly/wI9j30f4o4m
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Don’t underestimate the power of water. Turn Around Don’t Drown! tadd.weather.gov #FloodSafety #FallSafety
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Almost half of Americans expect to rely on their neighbors after a disaster. #PlanAhead ready.gov/volunteer #NatlPrep
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You should only return home when local officials say it's ok. Keep in mind #Irma may have ongoing impacts & disruptions to daily activities.
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#Irma is still a dangerous threat, with significant flooding and strong winds. Do not let your guard down! weather.gov
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Follow up with your family, friends & neighbors today. They may need help! Flooding & strong wind are still a concern today. BE SAFE! #Irma📱l
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Tornadoes associated with hurricanes develop quickly, take protective action immediately if a Tornado Warning is issued for your area.
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Find loved ones who marked themselves as safe or register yourself with @RedCross Safe & Well #Irma: safeandwell.communityos.org/cms/index.php
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During a #flood watch or warning: gather emergency supplies. Listen to local radio/TV. More #Irma preparedness tips: bit.ly/2wcfWU6
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If you’re in a high-rise building & instructed to shelter in place, stay in interior rooms/hallways & on floors just above floodwater. #Irma
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Keep these items close in case you lose power: ✔️battery powered radio ✔️flashlight ✔️portable battery charger ✔️extra batteries #Irma
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To prepare for and recover from power outages: ✅Charge devices ✅Contact your utility ✅Safely use generators energy.gov/oe/community-g… #Irma
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If you are still quickly evacuating for #Irma grab your meds, phone charger, flashlight, & any personal items you & your family may need.
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Follow this list of trusted accounts for up-to-date information as #Irma unfolds: twitter.com/FEMAlive/lists…
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We created an #Irma rumor control page to help you verify what’s true and what’s not. Visit it here: fema.gov/hurricane-irma…
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#Irma poses life-threatening danger to coastal areas from storm surge. EVACUATE if told to do so. It could save your life.
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Can your home withstand a hurricane? fema.gov/what-mitigation
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