The hurricane season officially starts on June 1st and ends on November 30th. The 2020 North Atlantic hurricane season is off to a historically fast start with already three named storms by early June. This year will mark the sixth consecutive year that a named storm has preceded the official start of hurricane season. The 30-year average number of named storms is 13. This year experts predict 17 named storms.
According to The Weather Channel, they have seen several unusual events so far this season:
- Three named storms have already formed in the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season (none of these became a hurricane).
- Cristobal was the earliest “C” storm (or third named storm) on record and its remnants tracked to Wisconsin.
- Bertha made landfall one hour after it formed.
- All three storms brought impact to the U.S.
Below are some helpful resources to assist you in creating a clear hurricane plan that can help your company minimize injuries and property damage and get back in business quickly following a storm:
Hawley & Associates wishes everyone safety this hurricane season. If you have questions about your insurance coverage or would like an insurance policy review, please contact us!