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2020 Hurricane Season: Running Out of Named Storms

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This 2020 hurricane season has been nothing short of busy- and it is believed that it will continue to be quite active. Just this week, Tropical Storms Teddy and Vicky formed in the Atlantic, with Sally then emerging into a hurricane. Hurricane Paulette and Tropical Depression Rene are also still active. With five total… Read More »


Category 2 Hurricane Sally slams into Alabama and Florida. What we know.

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Hurricane Sally slowly slams southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle as a Category 2, prompting water rescues, power outages, dropping trees and debris, and catastrophic flooding. The National Weather Service in Mobile reports that a flash flood emergency situation has been created in southeastern Baldwin County, Alabama and south central Escambia County, Florida. In addition… Read More »


Atlantic Systems Update: Hurricane Sally and More

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Both Escambia and Santa Rosa counties are now in a state of emergency due to Hurricane Sally and the potential rain damage it may bring into the western Panhandle. While Hurricane Sally is not due to hit Florida, storm winds will affect the state because of its movement east.  When announcing the state of… Read More »

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Four New Storm Disturbances Found: What You Need to Know

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Experts warn that there are two disturbances close to Florida as well as two more in the Atlantic that could develop into something more serious.The third of the four total disturbances is the one that seems to be of the highest interest to South Florida specifically.  The first disturbance seems to be weak and… Read More »

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Property Owners’ Hurricane Prep Amid COVID-19

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Planning for hurricane season can be a complex process- especially when adding a pandemic into the mix. COVID-19 has changed the way we live, thus changing the way we prepare for natural disasters. As you develop your preparation plan, there are many things to keep in mind. Alter your plan to best fit your… Read More »


$10 Million Hurricane Michael Recovery Program Announced

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Recently, Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis, Governor Ron DeSantis, and the members of the Panhandle Legislative Delegation in Panama City as it was announced there would be a relaunch of the Hurricane Michael Recovery Loan Program. The Florida Housing Finance Corporation is administering the program, which will provide $10 million in down payment… Read More »

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Strong Storms Hit Central Florida as Hurricane Season Continues

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Just yesterday afternoon, intense storms ran through Central Florida causing consequential damage specifically in DeLand. Flooding, as well as other issues occurred; many cities have trees, power lines, and other objects and debris that were tossed around by storm winds, causing damage to the surrounding areas. Winds gained enough strength and speed to call… Read More »

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Two New Atlantic Systems: Storms to Come?

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We have seen quite an active Atlantic hurricane season so far, and there are now two more areas that are being watched by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) for possible storm development. One of the systems is projected to hit central and western Carribean later this week, with possibilities of it forming into a… Read More »

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As Dust Shield in Atlantic Weakens, Hurricane Season May Strengthen

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Experts are predicting that this 2020 hurricane season may be one of the most active, extreme seasons yet. Up until now, there has been a dusty layer covering Florida and the Gulf/Caribbean, acting as a shield against possible storms. This shield is known as the Saharan African Layer, (SAL), which collects moisture that stops… Read More »

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Tropical Wave on Watch: Next Depression in Coming Days?

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A 15mph disturbance moving west-northwest is now on watch for South Floridians, as experts warn it could become the next depression- and possibly a named storm- this hurricane season.  The wave is currently thousands of miles away and will pass the Leeward Islands this week,  however the system could evolve into a tropical depression… Read More »

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