Hurricane Irene 2011 – Track Hurricane Irene and Find Its Path
Hurricane Irene is heading towards the Eastern Seaboard. This is the first major hurricane to hit the United States in 2011. The hurricane has a maximum winds of 90 mph when it hit the Turks and Caicos Islands. It appears that Irene could hit North Carolina soon.
You can track Hurricane Irene Live at the USA Today website. You can find out where it is now. Then you can see the path that it is likely to take. You will then be able to see where it will be in 9 plus hours, 21 plus hours, 33 plus hours, 45 plus hours and in 69 plus hours.
If you find out that you are in the path of Hurricane Irene, you can find out how to prepare for it. Find out what you can do inside your house, outside your house and also your garage. If you have a pool, make sure that you fill it to 12 inches below the edge. Also make sure that you add extra chlorine. If you have radio or TV antennas on your roof, you should lower them. If you have sliding patio doors, make sure that you secure them by inserting wedges. This is to make sure that they do not blow into the house. You must also secure all windows, doors, skylights and open vents. You can do this by covering them with shutters or plywood. If you have any outdoor electrical outlets, make sure that you cover them with duct taps. There are also images that you can see of those areas and people affected by the storm. If you are in the path of this storm, I would suggest that you secure your house and if possible, leave the area. Get in your car and drive to a safe place. Keep tracking Hurricane Irene to make sure that you can stay out of its path.
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