The Homeowner's Hurricane Handbook (Paperback)
Let Bob Stearns, meteorologist and outdoorsman help you understand how a monster storm works and provide you with the knowledge to help you and your family make the necessary information to protect yourselves and your properly.
We’ve all seen the catastrophic results of hurricanes. The names Harvey, Andrew, Sandy, Irma, Rita, Dorian, Wilma, and Katrina have left death and destruction in their wake—in Florida, Texas, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, and more. Nothing can stop a hurricane. But with this book, you can be prepared. Chapters include:
- How Hurricane’s Form
- Forecasting Track and Intensity
- The List
- Should You Evacuate?
- Protecting Your Property
- Hurricane and Flood Insurance
- Emergency Generators
- Food and Water
- And much More
The Hurricane Preparedness Handbook is a how-to guide for dealing with hurricanes before, during, and after—including understanding how where and when these powerful storms form, protecting yourself and your property, and how to deal with the aftermath.
About the Author
Bob Stearns is an ex-Navy weather officer and spent years forecasting, monitoring, and frequently flying inside hurricanes. He has suffered through eight named hurricanes on the ground, including the catastrophic Category 5 Hurricane Andrew. Stearns has a meteorology degree from Florida State University.