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FEMA's public service campaign Ready shared advice on how to prepare for a hurricane, as well as how to stay safe during and after a storm. On Twitter, FEMA told residents to bring people and pets indoors and secure outdoor objects, and close and lock doors, windows, air vents and fireplace dampers. People likely to be affected by the storm should also charge electronic devices to prepare for power outages, and stay alert to official updates on the storm. Ready's website also offers more detailed advice on what to do during each stage of a hurricane, which Tropical Storm Barry is anticipated to become when it reaches land:. 6-18 hours before the hurricane arrives:. - Turn on your TV or radi... Full story

13 July