What if you live in a state where there are hurricanes

Another hurricane season is coming. Storms hit the United States every year. Despite this, former FEMA Administrator Brock Long is confident that the United States does not have a "culture of preparedness" for hurricanes. According to Long, disaster preparedness requires...

Hurricane season is coming: how not to miscalculate with home insurance and not get paid because of destruction and floods

With spring warmer weather coming, homeowners may want to make sure they're prepared for the harsh weather that's likely to come soon. An integral part of this preparation is checking your insurance coverage. Why and to whom it is important, told the publication CNBC. If you live in…

Storm surges and floods: the first hurricane of the 2021 season is heading for Florida

Hurricane Elsa intensified significantly on the morning of Friday, July 2, becoming the first hurricane of the 2021 season. He will enter Florida next week. Writes about this CNN. This is the third storm of the season to threaten the US coastline, and by the next ...

Meteorologists decide to change long-standing rules for naming hurricanes: the 2020 season is to blame

The World Meteorological Association (WMO) has announced that it will no longer use Greek letters to name Atlantic hurricanes. Writes about this The Verge. “The Greek alphabet will never be used again as it was distracting and confusing,” WMO wrote. ...

Hurricane seasons start earlier: US meteorologists postponed forecast dates

The National Hurricane Center announced on March 2 that it will officially begin issuing weather forecasts for the tropical hurricane season on May 15 this year, as opposed to the traditional start of the season on June 1. This step was taken after the season more than once ...

Life without fear: which states are least affected by natural disasters

In the countries of the former USSR, bad roads and problems in the economy are often attributed to the climate. In the United States, things are no better with the climate, but this does not stop our immigrants. In which states you can not be afraid of natural disasters, and in which ...

Strongest hurricane of 2020 formed in Atlantic

Forecasters' fears were justified, and today, November 16, Hurricane Iota turned into a monster. Writes about this Alabama.com. According to the National Hurricane Center, Iota intensified to a Category 5 hurricane with a wind of 160 mph (257 km / h) on Monday afternoon, November 16, ...

Busiest Month: Dangerous Hurricanes May Hit the US in October

In late September, while the peak hurricane season in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans is still ongoing, the oceans themselves are eerily quiet. But that won't last long, the Washington Post writes. Calm in the oceans around the globe began in ...

Record season: US meteorologists are short of names for 2020 hurricanes

The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season was so intense that meteorologists almost ran out of names for new storms, writes Fox News. The recent spate of activity during the busy 2020 Atlantic hurricane season has put ...

September 10 - the peak of the hurricane season in the Atlantic: what to prepare for US residents

The current Atlantic hurricane season is officially half past. It lasts from June 1 to November 30, but statistically, September is the month when the most tropical storms and hurricanes occur, and September 10 is considered the peak day of the season, writes Fox ...

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