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Delmarva Stocks up Ahead of Weekend Weather

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SALISBURY, Md. – Making sure he’s prepared, Ron Allessi of Salisbury collected some final supplies Thursday morning ahead of this weekend’s potential storm.

“Just getting water,” Alessi said, “and then I do have a generator so I want to make sure I have fresh gas and of course batteries, flashlights, those types of things.”

Water, batteries, gas and food; all necessities should the power go out. Kristin Patey, of Delmar, grabbed those necessities as well. Though she hoped there wouldn’t be a need to use them. “I that we don’t get the hurricane,” said Patey.

Of all the items people were stocking up on, water was the most popular. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there should be a supply of at least one gallon of water per person or pet for every day the power is out. 

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