2018 Hurricane Season Expected To Be Calmer Than Last Year

Due to El Niño, meteorologists and hurricane analysts believe that this year’s hurricane season across the Atlantic will be ‘below normal.’ For months, the possible severity of the 2018 hurricane season has been up in the air. Many forecasters and hurricane analysts...
The Possibility Of A Category 6 Hurricane

The Possibility Of A Category 6 Hurricane

While in the midst of hurricane season, experts are taking a closer look at the effects of climate change and the influence of natural climate cycles and their relation to the growing force of recent hurricanes. The past few hurricane seasons have shown tremendous...
The Impact Hurricanes Have on Real Estate

The Impact Hurricanes Have on Real Estate

The 2018 hurricane season officially began on June 1st, and it’s forecasted to be a busy one. According to Colorado State University, this hurricane season will see 14 named storms and six hurricanes, two of which will be major hurricanes. However, even before the...
Brace For An Active 2018 Hurricane Season

Brace For An Active 2018 Hurricane Season

It’s been almost one year since 2017’s devastating hurricane season, and while some parts of the country are still rebuilding, meteorologists are already giving warning of the upcoming 2018 hurricane season. This forewarning is certainly causing stress and concern in...

The Hurricanes of 2017 Were Among the Costliest

2017 was a year that brought forth an onslaught of deadly hurricanes–Harvey, Irma, and Maria, naming it a highly active hurricane season along the Atlantic. Due to the destruction that these massive storms caused, NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric...

The Aftermath of Hurricane Irma in South Florida

Although it has been quite some time since Hurricane Irma made landfall in South Florida, many families are still confined to living in hotels due to the inability to find new housing or returner to their former home; the conditions of homes that were damaged by Irma...

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