With the anticipated development of El Niño strengthening trade winds and increasing atmospheric pressure, cloud systems forming off of the African coast are expected to have a more difficult time intensifying. Florida’s lucky streak is set to continue on this summer, with little to no storm activity.
“Even with the high chances of a quiet summer, the prospect of 8 to 13 named storms means South Floridians should still fully prepare themselves for the complications a hurricane can bring,” said Dan Odess, President of GlobalPro Recovery. “Being proactive with the steps you take before the damage is done is the best way to prepare yourself.”
Here are some tips from GlobalPro to help you deal with your next hurricane.
GlobalPro Recovery, Inc. is multidisciplinary professional firm that helps clients manage the risks to a financial recovery following a loss caused by wind, water, fire, theft or other calamity. They assist with pre-loss planning and documentation, crisis management, the adjustment of insurance claims and coordinating the reconstruction process. The family owned and operated international business has represented the interest of policyholders and has recovered more than $100,000,000 for their clients.