Stock up a bag or a box with emergency supplies in case of a natural weather disaster.

Still in the midst of tropical storm season in the Gulf, emergency workers here said it’s not too late or too early to prepare for dangerous weather in Seguin and Guadalupe County.

Generally speaking, spring and late summer are the times of year considered to be dangerous storms seasons, said Greg Dreiss, Seguin fire marshal and emergency management coordinator. However, the city has witnessed historic floods and extreme weather during many different times of year so residents and visitors should always remain prepared and conscious, he said.

Dalondo Moultrie is the assistant managing editor for the Seguin Gazette. You can e-mail him at

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