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Hurricane 101 - Here's what you need to know so you can be prepared before, during and after a hurricane.
Before the Hurricane

Don't let a hurricane catch you off guard. Being prepared is key to staying safe.


> 2012 Hurricane Predictions
> How to Prepare
> Evacuation Planning

During the Hurricane

Be prepared to leave if you're told to evacuate. Caution is the most important factor when it comes to the safety of you and your family.

> How to Weather the Storm
> Storm Safety

After the Hurricane

If a hurricane has hit, there is a sense of relief mixed with a sense of fear. We can help that.

> Post Storm Tips
> Food and Water Safety
> Outage Tracker

Hurricane Toolkit
Games for Kids
Emergency Numbers

Emergency Numbers:

American Red Cross Disaster Assistance: 1-866-438-4636

FEMA: 1-800-525-0321

For even more information on how to weather a hurricane, click here.

Be prepared. Keep a record of these numbers handy in case you experience an electrical emergency:

Connecticut

Connecticut Light & Power: 1-800-286-2000

United Illuminating Company: 1-800-722-5584

Maryland

Baltimore Gas & Electric: 1-877-778-2222

Delmarva Power: 1-800-898-8042

Pepco: 1-877-737-2662

Massachusetts

National Grid: 1-800-465-1212

New Jersey

Public Service Electric and Gas: 1-800-706-7734

New York

ConEd West: 1-800-752-6633

Central Hudson: 1-800-527-2714

National Grid: 1-800-867-5222

National Fuel Gas Company: 1-800-444-3130

Orange & Rockland: 1-877-434-4100

Keyspan: 1-800-892-2345

Pennsylvania

Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania: 1-888-460-4332

Duquesne: 1888-393-7000

PECO: 1-800-494-4000

PPL Electric Utilities: 1-800-342-5775

 

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