On the evening of December 28, 2015 national news reported that thousands of people in the South are without power due to tornadoes that ripped through the region. The situation wasn’t much better in the Midwest where a howling blizzard also cut off electricity.
Many people are unprepared to ride out a week or ten days without electricity. Gathering a few emergency supplies and equipment can make enduring a storm much more comfortable. Every home should have them. While a preparedness kit may not make it in a home destroyed by tornadoes, neighbors sharing their kits could be the difference between danger and safety.
Click on the PREPAREDNESS tab on this website to learn how to manage a power outage in relative comfort.