What to do
2. Go buy food and plan a get-away location.
3. Check news and get away at first signs of danger.
4. Make sure you are far enough away to not get caught in the storm.
5. Listen on the radio to hear when it is safe to return.
Also, if you purchase a product of NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), it will alert you when you need to leave the area and when it is safe to return.
Place to go
A place farther inland is the best choice.
Hurricane Juan's Route
This is the path that Hurricane Juan took.
This is a picture of Hurricane Juan, a Class 2 hurricane from 2003.