Hi it's Craig Fugate, FEMA Administrator. Things are starting to quiet down: all watches and warnings for the east coast of the United States have been dropped for tropical storm Earl. But it's still 87 days left in the hurricane season. As we go into the peak part of this year's 2010 hurricane season, remember, now's the time to review your plans and be ready just in case we have another storm like Earl, or maybe one further south in the Gulf of Mexico. But hurricanes aren't the only threat we face. Right now, wildfires, tornadoes and other threats can occur, as well as threats that may not be predictable, such as a technological or accident that can occur. It's National Preparedness Month, time to get ready to make sure you have a plan. 87 days left in hurricane season - the one thing I can tell you is we do not know when the next disaster is going to strike. By having a plan and being ready, you can help your family to prepare and protect yourselves against all hazards. Thank you.