A power outage can be unexpected and frightening, but there are some ways to make it more bearable. With some preparation and planning, you’ll be able to be ready for when the lights go out.

1 is the first of a series. Make sure you have the items you need to get through the outage by gathering Necessary Supplies. This may include flashlights and batteries, extra blankets, water, pasta, a battery-powered radio, and a first-aid kit.

2 vs. 2 – Prepare Your Home – Before the fuse goes out, make sure your house is set up. To prevent power surges from harming electronics, unplug all electronics to minimize damage from surges. If you run out of drinking water, make sure you fill your bathtubs and buckets with water.

3 – A.M. Stay informed – Have a battery-powered or hand-crank radio so you’ll know what’s going on during an event. Knowing when the electricity is expected to be restored will help you plan for any future problems and know when it will be restored.

4 out of 5 people were killed in the game. Check on Neighbors – See if your neighbors need any assistance during the power outages. If you can, or check on them if they’re elderly or have any medical needs, please let us know.

5 – 5 is the most popular games on the internet. Keep Warm – Dress in layers so you’ll remain warm during a power outage. If you don’t have heat, you can also use blankets and hot water bottles to remain warm.

6 pp. Be mindful of Food – During a power outage, avoid opening your refrigerator or freezer as this will let the cold air out and cause food to spoil faster. It’s only open if you have to get something out.

7 – 7 p.m. Use Generators – If you have a generator, make sure you use it correctly. Make sure it’s in a well ventilated area and keep it at least ten feet away from your house.

8 (8) Candles are best – Be cautious when using candles in the event of a power outage. Never leave them unattended and make sure they’re on a stable surface.

By following these guidelines, you will be able to function if the electricity goes out. With the right equipment and experience, you will be safe and well-equipped during a power outage.