“It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit
Between dragons and hurricanes, we Floridians are more likely to include
hurricanes in our calculations when planning for unwanted visitors.
Although this has been a relatively quiet season so far, Gerry Bell, lead seasonal
hurricane forecaster at NOAA cautions, “There are still more storms to come. The hurricane season is far from being over.”
In May this year, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center forecasted a 75% chance
that the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season will be near – or above – normal.
Considering the majority of hurricanes occur between late August and the end of September, it’s best to get our rubber duckies in a row while we can.
Planning with Pallant offers a series of helpful hurricane preparedness
resources for you to reinforce your defenses against dragons – or, our local
equivalent – hurricanes.
FloridaDisaster.org provides an abundance of useful information.
To get an Evacuation Route Zone Maps for your area, click the links below:
To be sure your Hurricane Insurance coverage is adequate:
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