Stay informed. Get a radio.

If the telephone and Internet go down along with the power grid, a battery powered radio will be your only source of weather and emergency information. You can use your car radio but that will run down your car battery or use up the gas in your car. Plus it may be cold outside. Your radio will let you listen to the news anywhere.

Find great tips and information to help you and your family prepare, survive through, and clean up after the next major storm event below.

These products were the most requested products during the past storm events.

Emergency Crank Weather Radio

Multi-power for all hazardous weather emergency situations with dynamo crank power generator that recharges internal Ni-MH battery & most cell phone batteries, 3 AA batteries (not incl), & AC power adapter. Water-resistant, LED flashlight, & backlit LCD. AM/FM radio & clock with alarm.

Emergency Crank Weather Radio

Solar carabiner LED crank flashlight. Dual energy source; rechargeable batteries (not incl) powered by solar panel or crank. Solar panel charges in low light. Convenience carabiner clip, 5 hour of charging in full sun=2 hr of run time. Crank charging for 1 minute= 4 minutes of run time.

Woodstock Hardware customers interested in protecting their family and home during the past storm events also purchased these popular products and supplies.

Might D Light – Worklight

80 LED Rechargeable Folding Worklight; two powerful magnets allow for secure contact on most metals.  Nylon hook can rotate 90 degrees.  Battery operation time – 2 hours on a full charge. AC charger plugs into any 110-120V, 60 Hz, AC outlet.  DC charger plugs into car outlets.

Orng HH Weather Station

My Backyard Weather alert radio; external AC adapter & S.A.M.E. (Specific Area Message Encoding), responds to all NOAA/NWS/DOD hazard alerts & warnings & alerts for Advisory, Watch, or Warning. 7-digitally tuned weather band channels, receives NWS stations from 50-70 miles away, always On.
$49.99 / ST653764


Clock & Weather Radio

Tri-lingual. S.A.M.E. (Specific Area Message Encoding) technology allowing localized reception. Receives all 7 NOAA digitally tuned weather band channels. Time/alarm clock. User selectable system. AC power adapter & manual. Emergency battery back-up uses 3 AA batteries (not incl).

From the national Weather Service. There is no safe place outside when thunderstorms are in the area. If you hear thunder, you are likely within striking distance of the storm. Just remember, “When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors.” Too many people wait far too long to get to a safe place when thunderstorms approach. Unfortunately, these delayed actions lead to many of the lightning deaths and injuries in the U.S.

Click here to learn more about the National Weather Service NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Reporting Service