Must Have Hurricane Information For Florida Residents And Travelers
Hurricane Information For Florida Residents And Travelers
This Google map shows all
real-time roadway congestion throughout the state. (CLICK HERE) This Florida 511 website gives you
real-time state-wide traffic info. (CLICK HERE) This FHP website gives
live traffic crash and road conditions. (CLICK HERE) This
GasBuddy website provides a list of GAS stations in your area with available fuel. (CLICK HERE)
Preparation for the Family and Business
Floridadisaster.org web page is a one-stop shop for updates, creating family plans, dealing with floods, special needs individuals, business plans. This
Ready.gov web page describes how to prepare your home and describes actions to take based on “hurricane watch” vs. “hurricane warning”. Drinking Water Preparation
This story from the Miami Herald discusses how to prepare & store drinking water for the family – even if you missed out on purchasing water bottles! Pet Preparation
Floridadisaster.org web page has information related to different sizes and types of pets and how to prepare and to weather the storm with them. Portable Generator Info
This OSHA document provides very important information regarding how to safely use a portable generator. Boat & RV – Travel Trailer Preparation
This University of Florida IFAS document describes in detail how to prepare your boat at home, on a dock, or in a marina for a hurricane.
This BoatUS story describes dos & don’ts with boat preparations – the information they describe is based on historic hurricane insurance claims. This RVLife.com web page describes conditions that can lead to
RV & Travel Trailer damages in a storm. (CLICK HERE) Progessive Insurance article for preparing your RV. (CLICK HERE) Forecasts & Info
This is the National Hurricane Center website where you can get the latest updates, forecast cone, and public advisories. This is the Weather Underground website where you can see many of the different
forecast (spaghetti) models, satellite, and storm history. (CLICK HERE) This is NOAA’s web page where they describe the hurricane category classification and how the associated
winds will impact our homes. (CLICK HERE)
State & Local Information
This is Florida Division of Emergency Management’s website for ALL of your
state hurricane information, government announcements, and links to county evacuation areas. (CLICK HERE) This is Florida Health Department’s website where you can search by county for any
public notice regarding public health and information regarding drinking water & wells. (CLICK HERE)
This Floridadisaster.org web page lets you
search by county for hurricane shelters. (CLICK HERE) Storm Surge Info
This NOAA web page contains an interactive
Storm Surge Hazard Map showing how far inland storm surges can travel based on storm strength. (CLICK HERE) This Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment website gives you a current
Storm Surge Hazard Map. (CLICK HERE) Marine Info
This interactive NOAA web page is a map providing
marine forecasts for all coastlines of Florida. (CLICK HERE) Local Weather Forecasts & Info
This Intellicast website is your go-to for all
local weather information, radar, rain forecasts, & interactive maps. (CLICK HERE) This Weather Underground website has
real-time information from your community weather stations. (CLICK HERE) Blogger & Storm Chasers
This Mike’s Weather Page website displays multiple
hurricane graphics and weather resources and he often goes live to describe new forecasts. (CLICK HERE) (FACEBOOK PAGE) This is the famous storm chaser Jeff Piotrowski website for his heart-stopping
storm live feeds. (CLICK HERE) Reed Timmer’s Extreme Meteorology live storm-chasing Facebook Page
(CLICK HERE) This website displays
global wind patterns. (CLICK HERE)
PLAY HARD FLORIDA’s Quick Tips
Pour out a bit of water from your plastic water bottles and put them in the freezer — this will allow room for the water to expand when it freezes. Use the frozen bottles to keep the food in your coolers cold and drink them as they melt.
Turn your refrigerator and freezer to their coldest settings prior to the storm.
If you have family members sensitive to heat turn your air conditioning to a cold setting before the storm to give you extended comfort after you lose power.
Make sure you have a cell phone charger for your car or a solar charger if you don’t have a generator.
The Play Hard Florida team wishes you the best in your preparations and safety during the storm!
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