Hello it’s Craig Fugate, the administrator of FEMA. For many of us in this country we’re still dealing with and responding to the impacts of Hurricane Irene, but we also have two other storms we’re watching. Tropical Storm Lee in the Gulf of Mexico which is forecast to produce heavy rainfall across the northern gulf particularly in the state of Louisiana and the surrounding areas. We urge people to heed protective measures from your local officials as that storm continues to develop. We also have a hurricane out in the Atlantic we’re keeping an eye on. It’s not an immediate threat, but something to keep an eye on as we go into early next week. But this morning we started out with an earthquake. Tsunami warnings were issued for much of the Alaskan coast and there were questions about what the total impact would be. Fortunately the tsunami warnings were rapidly canceled but it does give us a pointed reminder that not all disasters come with a forecast and we need to be ready. It’s National Preparedness Month, join us in getting ready. Go to Ready.gov and make sure you know what to do before disaster strikes. Again we’re doing a lot of work to get ready for the storms that are out there as well as continuing the response and recovery from numerous disasters, most recently Hurricane Irene. Thank you.