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We asked, you answered: A peek into what you’re stocking in your hurricane kits

Thank you, readers and viewers!

A woman puts a mask on a child.
A woman puts a mask on a child. (August de Richelieu/Pexels stock image)

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We’re about a month or so into hurricane season, and you can never be too prepared.

As most Texans are well aware, the experts recommend keeping a hurricane “kit,” or list of items ready to go, in case a big storm rolls into town or disaster strikes.

Related: Are you prepared for a hurricane? Here’s a checklist of supplies to have on hand

On Click2Houston.com, we’ve written about the topic a number of times; for example, in the URL linked above.

But we like to hear from our readers and viewers, as well. So we asked: What’s in your kit? If you could add any items to our suggested list, what would they be? And, perhaps most importantly, what action items would you take if you knew we might be on the brink of a weather emergency?

In no particular order, here are some of the recommendations:

Those suggestions are excellent -- we especially loved the mask tip!

Anything else you’d like to add? Let us know in the comments.