Increased Unpredictability in Hurricane Forecasting Means Now Is the Time to Urge Your Residents to Protect What Matters

Thursday, June 30, 2016 6:12 PM | Greg Westfall (Administrator)

At best, hurricane season predictions are uncertain. This year El Niño and La Niña are set to make the season’s forecast even more volatile. No matter the forecast, it is important to ensure that your community is ready for every possibility. Even with an uncertain season, Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science predicts a 97 percent chance of a named storm making landfall in the United States. Now is the time to take action and talk to encourage your residents to be financially prepared for the next flooding event.   Read more at: Hurricane Stakeholder Article 2016 FINAL.pdf

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