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Hurricane Season

Florida Hurricane Season

Florida Hurricane (Diaster) Prepardedness

The Atlantic hurricane season is June 1 to November 30 every year — but the last several years were an exception for the Sunshine State — with storms starting to form around Florida by mid-May. August and September are typically the most active months for tropical storms in Florida. (September 10th is the Peak)

During hurricane season, the Sunshine State faces greater hurricane risk than any other U.S. state. Of the 301 hurricanes that have made landfall in the U.S. since 1851, 120 have hit Florida — almost double that of Texas, the second most hurricane-prone state.

When you consider that 1,350 miles of Florida border the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts, it’s extra important for residents to prepare for hurricane season. That means creating an emergency plan, fortifying your property, and making sure you’re fully covered with home and flood insurance.


The Great State of Florida Prepardedness

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"Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh." Matthew 24:44 KJV

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