June 1st to November 30th is considered “Hurricane Season.” Each year, the beginning of the season comes with a prediction from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Risk Insights: Hurricane Season Awareness and Preparation
Each year, the beginning of the season comes with a prediction from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This year the NOAA predicted an "above-average" hurricane season meaning many areas will see 3 to 6 hurricanes this season, at least. It is important to reach out to an insurance provider for adequate coverage for your property.
Key information from the Risk Insight:
• NOAA is predicting an “above-average” hurricane season, including 3-6 hurricanes • Peak is expected between August and October • Texas-Louisiana coasts have been hit harder in the last 2 years (than Florida) • Insurability can be improved with a proper flood elevation certificate and wind mitigation report
More can be found in our downloadable Risk Insight document about Hurricane Season