June 11, 2010 — this year's Atlantic hurricane season is predicted to be a whopper. Between now and November 30, there could be 14 to 23 named storms, eight to 14 of which could develop into hurricanes and three to seven of those qualifying as "major."
Virginians have learned that hurricanes do not need to make landfall in the Commonwealth to bring devastating winds, rain, power outages and flooding to our area.
Don't wait to get prepared until a storm is actually forecast; supplies will run out quickly. Start to build your kit and make your plan today. Preparing ahead also ensures you are prepared for other emergencies. If you already have yours, share this information with your family, neighbors and friends. Remember, emergency preparedness is everybody's job, so…
For information, contact the Office of Emergency Preparedness at 434-982-0565 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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