I'm not a beginner, but I didn't know where to put this, so it's here lol. We are scheduled for a large windstorm which will very likely cause power outages. I'm now panicking and scrambling to buy my battery powered air pumps, which I can't order until tomorrow and the storm is in 2 days . So hopefully I'll get those in on time, Amazon prime always delivers in that regard (delivers, get it????) Okay enough joking around, I'm most concerned about the heating in my tropical tank (5 guppies, 1 dwarf gourami, 3 nerites) I keep their water a little under 80. Unfortunately, with the storm it is also predicted that we will have temps in the 30s, which won't be good news to those fish without a heater. My other fish are Goldies, so they could handle cold more than those guys (it will probably get to around 50, maybe less inside my house, assuming I do lose power for some time). How in the world would I keep them heated? Of course this is all assuming we will lose power. Before I kept fish we had a storm like this and we lost power for quite some time, so just a bit worried. Yeah just a tiny bit.