Atlantic’s Hurricane Season So Far
There may be a lot of potential storm threats coming to the Atlantic Ocean this hurricane season. The National Hurricane Center reports that Tropical Storm Isaias is to follow Tropical Storm Hanna, which left almost two feet of rainfall in both Texas and Mexico recently.
There have been eight tropical cyclones so far this year in the Atlantic, which typically does not occur until the end of September- leaving this season ahead of schedule. So far, this season has also seen the earliest “C”, “E”, “F”, “G”, and “H” storms recorded. If Tropical Storm Isaias forms, “I” will be added to that list.
Forecasters say that this hurricane season has been busier than normal, possibly due to the cooperating atmospheric circulations in the Atlantic. Waters seem to be stronger and warmer than they typically are, causing worry in regards to a much more intense season.
It is important to be prepared this hurricane season. Being faced with a stronger season, as well as the Covid-19 pandemic, we must be prepared as best- and early- as possible. You can count on Insurance Litigation Group to help you get through this hurricane season, while giving you the assistance, guidance, and advice you need.