The tragedy of Hurricane Harvey continues, but Hurricane Irma lurks.
As I write this (1 p.m. Saturday) Irma has sustained winds of 110 mph, which puts it at the top of Category 2 status. It could reach Cat 4 soon, according to the National Weather Service, and its path could take it to the East Coast by mid-week.
If you live along the East Coast – and with Harvey fresh in mind – it really, really makes sense to make sure Irma doesn’t surprise you.
FEMA gives a complete rundown of what to do before and after a storm here.