According to the Florida Climate Center at Florida State University, hurricane season is defined to occur between June 1 and November 30. This year started relatively slow but the recent devastating impact that Ian has had on Florida’s west coast serves as a reminder of the threat that faces the 21+ million citizens of this […]
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Hurricane season lasts from June to November of each year. NOAA predicted an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season this year with 13-20 named storms. Now is the time to prepare and here are some preparations you can start now: Your medicines – It is possible that prescription medication may not be attainable for a long period after […]
The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1st through November 30th. The start of the 2019 season is still weeks away, and already there is a chance of a tropical cyclone developing in the Atlantic Ocean. The area of rain and showers has been given a low chance of strengthening into a tropical depression while […]
It’s mid-July, and the good news is that football is only six weeks away! The bad news is that the 2018 hurricane season has already begun, with Alberto, Beryl and Chris missing us completely. So far, it’s Central Florida 3 and Hurricanes 0, but those canes will keep trying to hit us. Now is the […]
We encourage everyone to make preparations as Hurricane Irma tracks closer to Florida’s coastline. For information on preparing for a hurricane, visit The Essential Guide to Hurricane Preparedness. For the latest weather advisory, please click HERE.