Hurricanes – It’s Only Natural!

Researching hurricane history is a great way to help you prepare for what is coming. The “old days” of hurricanes can be over. The last big hurricane to hit the United States, making landfall in Florida, a year ago. That makes this year the second-worst year for U.S. hurricanes on record.

A good hurricane can wipe out a major city like New Orleans. Hurricanes will flood you out and make you wish you had never lived in a city that was close to the ocean. Don’t worry though, you don’t have to live in the Gulf to be a victim of a storm. Hurricanes, tornadoes, and typhoons are all close to home. It’s just a matter of being prepared for each of these types of events.

Hurricane history is another thing to consider. Are they forecast to be more frequent now than they used to be? We now have warnings that we need to get ready to evacuate. No one wants to think about how this could happen but we have to. It’s better to have the right tools to protect your family when a storm hits.

If you’re not familiar with hurricane history, I have some information for you. Hurricane season is from June to November. Hurricanes do get stronger as the year goes on and scientists are forecasting that the next big storm is going to come a few months from now.

You need to learn how many years it has taken to get this storm on the map in the past. If you’re not prepared, you might end up finding yourself in the path of a storm. Once a hurricane hits, a lot of things happen including flooding that will completely change your home and your life.

What if a real disaster were to hit? Even if you do find your way out of the area, your property could be destroyed and you’ll have no where to go. Imagine a family of five or six adults and children stranded in a small town that doesn’t have shelter.

Hurricanes are very unpredictable and can come at any time. There isn’t a time when a hurricane is not possible. It may seem like you can run from the storm, but they can strike any time. You need to be able to read the storm signs and prepare for the worst before it happens.

This storm has arrived and if you’re not prepared you could be left wondering what the heck happened. Don’t be caught off guard. Learn about the storm history before it hits you. You might be surprised to find that you have a better chance of surviving if you are prepared than if you aren’t.