So I was just thinking about this the other day (hence the title lol) but I'm not sure at all what I would do during a hurricane, and I really want to not be caught in a bad situation and play catch up. This past hurricane season we had one really bad hurricane that wiped out a bunch of our coastal resident's houses, while another wasn't as bad and went quicker but still knocked out the power for a couple of hours. During the really bad one, we lost power for over 48 hours, more like 3 days and my area were still one of the first to get it back, there were a lot a people who went without power for a week and a half to two weeks, it was insane!! Should I try and invest in battery-powered filters? And if so, does anyone have any recommendations for brands? I haven't really researched it but was scrolling through some threads, and all the horror stories of cycles stopping and fish dying just have me worried. Also, I can't be at the house during the whole time to monitor the tanks even, this past hurricane we were never at the house, the only time I was truly just sitting at home was when it was pitch dark outside. We used a generator to power the fridge so our food wouldn't go bad, and connected one extension cord for electronic charging, I'm just not sure what my game plan would be. Any advice would be appreciated, and thank you in advance!!