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As someone who lives on the gulf coast i have been through several hurricanes and i have some great financial advice. Go out and buy as many generators as possible and a few chainsaws. Start selling the generators right after the hurricane hits for twice what you paid for them. Then use the chainsaws you have to go door to door asking if people need any trees cut up.

I did this during Ike and made a pretty substantial amount of money doing so. I used my credit card to finance the whole thing and come out way on top.

Also, stock up on as much gas as you possibly can.
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Dont forget to have things for the kids to do. All their electronic gadgets will not work and they will drive you crazy being locked up in the house.

Old school board games, cards, crayons, etc.

During one Storm when my children were small, we were all huddled in a tiny bathroom trying to stay away from windows which were boarded up and still bowing in and out.

The kids were frightened and crying. I found a stuffed rabbit, named it "Typhoon Bunny" and turned their tears into laughter by having the bunny whirl around the bathroom like he was outside in the storm.

Parents are going to have to get creative to survive this one with small kids...

Stock up on diapers, wipes, etc.
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Extra pair of shoes under the bed in case power goes out and windows blow out. Don't want to walk around barefoot lookin for your shoes.

Wind-up combo radio and flashlight.
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Wow I never would have thought of that, thank you!
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very good thread CowgirlK! We lost power for two days with the Halloween snow storm last year. We lost power for a week with Irene. It was easy with Irene because it was warm. A little harder with the snow storm last October.

It's a good idea to have several oil lamps with extra oil. Keep matches by the oil lamps so you won't have to hunt for them when the lights go out.

keep the ideas coming!
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If the winds look like they will be bad and you can't depend on you neighbors to clean their yards tape up the windows to keep the glass from flying when they break. it will also help support the center of large windows from heavy gusts, fill up any propane cylinders you have for you bbq so you can cook if need be. seal up basement windows if the are prone to flooding and place rolled up newspapers on the floor under them in case the leak. kitty litter also works on small leaks. if water is trully a concern leave some buckets tied to down outside to collect some. Park you car in the garage but disconnect the garage door opener before hand if you have one. If you have a generator get it started before the power goes out not after.
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like i said plastic over windows moran
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If you have ever been through a Hurricane or Blizzard I'm sure you have valuable information that you could share with others on GLP.

Lets all put our heads together and share experiences, tips and ideas that might help someone get through Sandy safely.


I'll start...


-Secure loose items outside your house!!!! The winds may not be strong enough to break a window but flying debris will break glass. That means take down wind chimes, bird feeders, bring in trashcans, move plants inside, secure patio furniture, etc. Anything left outdoors can and will become a projectile. If items are too large to be brought inside, secure them the best you can. Ask you neighbors to do the same so their items do not blow through your windows.

-Freeze jugs of water. Then you will have block ice to keep food cold and after the jugs melt, you have drinking water. Once the power goes off, move jugs of frozen water from the freezer into the fridge and keep the fridge door closed. You can also move the jugs into a cooler filled with drinks to minimize opening the fridge. Remember, if your power is off, the corner store will not have ice either.

-The refrigerator will keep food cold for about 4 hours if it is unopened. A full freezer will hold the temperature for approximately 48 hours (24 hours if it is half-full) if the door remains closed. If your freezer is not full, fill it up with everything you can think of before the power goes off, i.e. water bottles, jugs of milk, even newspapers to fill in empty space.

-If you run out of drinking water, everyone who has a hot water heater has access to 40 or so gallons of clean water. Simply drain the water from your hot water heater via the valve on the front. Also, if you have a washer in your home, fill the washer with water, when it starts the wash cycle, turn the washer off and you have gallons and gallons of fresh drinking water. Filling the bathtub is also a good idea.

-30 or 40 gallon plastic trash cans are a good place to store large amounts of water for flushing toilets, washing dishes, and drinking if need be.

-Newspapers are good to soak up water with. You don’t want to clean up water that may seep into the house with towels because if there is no power for prolonged periods you have no way to wash and dry wet towels. Newspapers are easily cleaned up and can be thrown away.

- Do laundry and wash dishes before the storm hits. When the power goes out you don’t want heaps of dirty dishes or clothing to deal with.

-Charge up all you electronics before the power goes off.

- Fill your car with gas and have cash on hand because ATM’s will not work.

-Stock up on can goods and make sure you have a manual can opener.

-Batteries, flashlights, candles, and lanterns are a must have.

-A good cheap way to keep clean without power is to take wet washcloths, put a little soap on them, and seal them in zip lock bags...homemade handi-wipes.

-If you are on medication, get your scripts filled before the storm.

- Don’t seal your car windows up airtight. When the pressure drops your window’s can implode.


Lets keep this list going!

hf
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Living here in Florida this is not my first rodeo. Not sure where or if we will get any weather, but I have caged all my potted plants and other objects that may float into a window or me.

Good post op
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Reminder: You all have time -- NOW - to get out fairly comfortably and find accomadations inland. Close up the house, bring your valuables with you.

But I do know the feeling when the window of time to leave out... closes.
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Lowes is selling a solar flashlight for $15 with battery back up. very bright and way kool. One of those apocalypse must haves.....
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Fill propane tanks....if you have an electric stove you can cook on your grill instead!
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Get your close family together.

Discuss together and make firm, binding decisions about who to let in or turn away when the lights go out.

No wavering. Establish guidelines NOW.
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FROM A VOICE OF EXPERIENCE--We were without power for nearly 3 weeks after hurricane Ike

Stick to your guidelines but locate the closest public shelter or motel so you can refer them there. Have a map of the shelter location prepared to hand them. (Personally, if they showed up with pets I would probably let the pets stay with me since shelters do not allow them.)

If they made it on your GO AWAY list, chances are they will show up with NO FOOD or supplies and expect you to feed them and clean up after them while they sit on their asses and drink up all your booze.

They will be oblivious to your lack of a vaccuum cleaner, dishwasher, washer/dryer, extra food & water and will sleep all day or otherwise ignore your requests for help while you use a broom to sweep carpet & floors, pick up their garbage, wash clothes and towels by hand, prepare meals using a solar oven or grill, secure hurricane damages to your house, clean up yard debris, etc.

They will blow out your generator by plugging in their cell phones, portable tv, DVD players, hair dryer, game box and all the other crap they brought with them even when you emphatically forbid them to touch it without your permission.

They will damage your possessions, disturb your sleep, and cause you to fantasize about the methods you could employ to kill them but decide against only because you don't want the legal hassle.

There are morans who consider hurricanes/blizzards to be the occasion for a lengthly houseparty at someone else's place. DO NOT ALLOW THIS OR YOU WILL REGRET IT!

There are many great tips in this thread for preparing for a bad storm. One thing we were glad to have done was to have the hardware store cut pieces of 4 x 8 plywood in half--some 2 x 8 and some 4 x 4. We were really glad to have more manageable sizes when an attic gable blew out and we had to carry the wood across the unfinished attic floor by balancing on rafters during the worst of the storm to
cover up the gaping hole.
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Motion activated LED flood lights. Home Depot sells them. I am not in the danger area, but we are putting them all over the house and outside for times when power goes out here in winter. If you can only afford one, I'd recommend getting it. If you can put up brackets for an outside one before the storm, but keep it inside with you to put up for the aftermath, it might be handy.

One more thing I would add would be latex gloves. You never know what kind of mess you will have to clean up.
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Motion activated LED flood lights. Home Depot sells them. I am not in the danger area, but we are putting them all over the house and outside for times when power goes out here in winter. If you can only afford one, I'd recommend getting it. If you can put up brackets for an outside one before the storm, but keep it inside with you to put up for the aftermath, it might be handy.

One more thing I would add would be latex gloves. You never know what kind of mess you will have to clean up.
 Quoting: waterlily


I'm not sure if you know this or not but LED flood lights will do you no good if there isn't electricity. Just because the are efficient they aren't ran off air. Solar panels or wind turbines will help you much more then LED lights
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Motion activated LED flood lights. Home Depot sells them. I am not in the danger area, but we are putting them all over the house and outside for times when power goes out here in winter. If you can only afford one, I'd recommend getting it. If you can put up brackets for an outside one before the storm, but keep it inside with you to put up for the aftermath, it might be handy.

One more thing I would add would be latex gloves. You never know what kind of mess you will have to clean up.
 Quoting: waterlily


I'm not sure if you know this or not but LED flood lights will do you no good if there isn't electricity. Just because the are efficient they aren't ran off air. Solar panels or wind turbines will help you much more then LED lights
 Quoting: Whole lee shit


Sorry, I forgot to specify battery operated LED lights. We have one in our wood shed that lasted all last winter and is still strong.

You have heard of batteries???

You are probably the guy who gave me a short tempered negative karma, but I would say, lighten up. No pun intended.
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In addition to duct tape, have tarps, in case there is a gaping hole in your roof. After the storm, the snow is supposed to come....gotta keept the house warm and dry.

I personally DO NOT LIKE oil lamps, as I used them after Charlie (in FL), and they stunk up the house AND filled it with dirty smoke. I prefer wind-up led lights. Granted, it isn't very light, but it's cleaner and safer, and you don't run out of batteries. You can use candles if you don't have animals to knock them down.

Buy about TRIPLE the amount of batteries that you think you will use. Buy them now, they will be GONE quickly as soon as everyone starts taking this storm seriously. In fact, buy about TRIPLE everything you think you're going to buy!

Gasoline (for cars ANd generators), etc. BTW - if you use a generator, please, PLEASE do not use it indoors. No need for it during the storm, just hunker down and endure it....it's only going to last a few hours (even if it's up to 24 hours, just do the best you can). If your generator is outdoors, CHAIN IT UP with a sturdy chain so it won't walk.

I DISAGREE with the poster who says buy a lot of them and GOUGE your neighbors! That's cold. One think we did was we shared everything. One would cook coffee every morning (we were 12 days without electricity), one made sandwiches for lunch, I had a great generator, so we constantly had COLD drinks and jello and ICE CREAM!!!

We also stretched an extension cord across the street to the little old lady, so she could watch tv and run a lamp at night. It meant so much to her. We made sure she had food during the day, so she didn't need to cook....

In the end, the point of this thread is: just get ready early, folks. It's going to get crazy.
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18z GFS shifting south again. now landfall at the Stone Pony, Asbury park, 939 mb.
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In addition to duct tape, have tarps, in case there is a gaping hole in your roof. After the storm, the snow is supposed to come....gotta keept the house warm and dry.

I personally DO NOT LIKE oil lamps, as I used them after Charlie (in FL), and they stunk up the house AND filled it with dirty smoke. I prefer wind-up led lights. Granted, it isn't very light, but it's cleaner and safer, and you don't run out of batteries. You can use candles if you don't have animals to knock them down.

Buy about TRIPLE the amount of batteries that you think you will use. Buy them now, they will be GONE quickly as soon as everyone starts taking this storm seriously. In fact, buy about TRIPLE everything you think you're going to buy!

Gasoline (for cars ANd generators), etc. BTW - if you use a generator, please, PLEASE do not use it indoors. No need for it during the storm, just hunker down and endure it....it's only going to last a few hours (even if it's up to 24 hours, just do the best you can). If your generator is outdoors, CHAIN IT UP with a sturdy chain so it won't walk.

I DISAGREE with the poster who says buy a lot of them and GOUGE your neighbors! That's cold. One think we did was we shared everything. One would cook coffee every morning (we were 12 days without electricity), one made sandwiches for lunch, I had a great generator, so we constantly had COLD drinks and jello and ICE CREAM!!!

We also stretched an extension cord across the street to the little old lady, so she could watch tv and run a lamp at night. It meant so much to her. We made sure she had food during the day, so she didn't need to cook....

In the end, the point of this thread is: just get ready early, folks. It's going to get crazy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25676821


Thanks for the reminder on Tarps! (a staple gun is nice to have too!)

Also..Those solar landscape lights you might have in your yard work really well inside too!

Thanks to everyone who has been posting tips. GREAT info!!!
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plenty of hard liquor to deal with the bitching n moaning
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Motion activated LED flood lights. Home Depot sells them. I am not in the danger area, but we are putting them all over the house and outside for times when power goes out here in winter. If you can only afford one, I'd recommend getting it. If you can put up brackets for an outside one before the storm, but keep it inside with you to put up for the aftermath, it might be handy.

One more thing I would add would be latex gloves. You never know what kind of mess you will have to clean up.
 Quoting: waterlily


I'm not sure if you know this or not but LED flood lights will do you no good if there isn't electricity. Just because the are efficient they aren't ran off air. Solar panels or wind turbines will help you much more then LED lights
 Quoting: Whole lee shit


Sorry, I forgot to specify battery operated LED lights. We have one in our wood shed that lasted all last winter and is still strong.

You have heard of batteries???

You are probably the guy who gave me a short tempered negative karma, but I would say, lighten up. No pun intended.
 Quoting: waterlily


Oh..I didn't see your solar light post before I posted. GREAT Idea!...If someone gave you bad Karma...forget about it. Real life karma will get them if they are not prepared!

hf
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plenty of hard liquor to deal with the bitching n moaning
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Number one on my list...It's also useful to for cuts...LOL!
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As someone who lives on the gulf coast i have been through several hurricanes and i have some great financial advice. Go out and buy as many generators as possible and a few chainsaws. Start selling the generators right after the hurricane hits for twice what you paid for them. Then use the chainsaws you have to go door to door asking if people need any trees cut up.

I did this during Ike and made a pretty substantial amount of money doing so. I used my credit card to finance the whole thing and come out way on top.

Also, stock up on as much gas as you possibly can.
 Quoting: Whole lee shit

Yeah! Nothing like taking advantage of the misfortune of others.
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West Virginia would be buried in 2-3 feet of snow in recent GFS 18z run. Snow Depth: pic.twitter.com/MEMCITME

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@SenhW if you look at the full spectral T574 fields, it is usually very close ... but your output is probably 0.5° grid

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GFS 18z New Jersey landfall for #Sandy at near 940 mb central pressure on Tuesday 30th. +114hrs pic.twitter.com/XBrl1cd5

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GFS 18z surface pressure of 938 mb as #Sandy is moved up coast thru 96-hours off NC/VA border coast. pic.twitter.com/YUGV6AKB
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Turn your refrigerator and freezer to the coldest setting NOW so that food will last longer should the power go out.
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I was thinking about this... Since this will happen with a cold front, this may not be so important. If it is near 30 degrees outside, for instance, one could bag all of the fridge/freezer stuff and put it outside in a cold garage/car/shed, etc. Just inside something to keep the critters out. (Ahem, how do I know this?)

Remember, too, that vinegary and jam/jelly type things that we keep in the fridge really won't go bad if left on a counter for a few days.
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-Capture rain water in a 5 gal. bucket placed under a down spout. You can wash dishes and flush the toilet with it. If you have to drink it, purify it first. Secure the bucket with a couple bricks or big rocks.

-Make sure you have important medications.

-Make sure you have coinage. Stores without power but are still selling goods may not be able to break large bills to make change.

-Liqour and beer :)

-Deck of cards

-A couple bags of charcoal so you can cook up your freezer contents if power is out for more than a couple days.
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Great advice...especially the liquor and beer. Could be used as a pain killer in case something unfortunate happens. bricks
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As someone who lives on the gulf coast i have been through several hurricanes and i have some great financial advice. Go out and buy as many generators as possible and a few chainsaws. Start selling the generators right after the hurricane hits for twice what you paid for them. Then use the chainsaws you have to go door to door asking if people need any trees cut up.

I did this during Ike and made a pretty substantial amount of money doing so. I used my credit card to finance the whole thing and come out way on top.

Also, stock up on as much gas as you possibly can.
 Quoting: Whole lee shit

Yeah! Nothing like taking advantage of the misfortune of others.
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Its called capitalism. Everyone has the opportunity to buy generators and sell them. Its simple supply and demand.

Plus if you really think about it the people who will be buying the generators after a hurricane are the ones who deserve to learn a lessen in preparedness.

Get smart and be prepared. This looks like its going to get nasty
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very good thread CowgirlK! We lost power for two days with the Halloween snow storm last year. We lost power for a week with Irene. It was easy with Irene because it was warm. A little harder with the snow storm last October.

It's a good idea to have several oil lamps with extra oil. Keep matches by the oil lamps so you won't have to hunt for them when the lights go out.

keep the ideas coming!
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I concur!!! applause2
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PLEASE remember to refill your meds NOW! Why risk not having them when you need them.
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AND TAMPONS, pads, etc, etc as necessary!!!
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If you are unable to dispose of sanitary napkins or tampons in a "normal" way, use plastic "doggy bags" (the ones used to pick up after your dog's poop when you walk him or her) sold in pet stores or prety much any store to hold these items. They are cheap and often impregnated with deodorant and are made to hold unsanitary things. May save some toilet paper you would normally wrap these up in.
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If you don't have a 4x4, have a friend who does.
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Make sure all your laundry is done before the storm hits.

Sounds a bit trite, but honestly, you can't easily wash anything without power and water. It's great to have clean clothing and sheets when the shtf.
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If you don't have a 4x4, have a friend who does.
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