A tip I used to use was to nearly fill gallon plastic milk jugs with water, leaving some space at the top, don't cap, and then freeze. You can keep as many as you can fit in the freezer in hurricane season. It really makes a difference to have these solid blocks of ice in the freezer. (And you can move a couple to the frig if you need to when the electricity goes out.)
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