Hurricane season is well underway, which means homeowners along the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic coast are (hopefully!) prepared for the possibility of fierce storms hitting their homes. But it looks like climate change’s impact on hurricanes means people beyond this area may see more named storms.
Louisiana is no stranger to hurricanes and storm damage. In 2020 alone, private insurers in Louisiana paid $4.5 billion for 101,000 storm-related claims. Understanding Louisiana’s hurricane history, storm patterns, and damage can help residents better prepare for the weather. Let’s take a look.
If you live in Florida, hurricanes are a reality you must prepare for. The 2020 hurricane season is proof: it now holds the record for the most active season in history with 30 named hurricanes and …
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