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Hurricane Predictions

“It only takes one storm to significantly disrupt your life,” stated FEMA Deputy Administrator Joseph Nimmich. Preparing for the worst can keep you, your family, and first responders out of harm’s way.”

Now more than ever, people are making their homes a sanctuary. If unprepared for an active hurricane season, they could suffer the wrath of Mother Nature. A normal hurricane season typically has 14 storms, including seven hurricanes and three major hurricanes. The 2022 hurricane season experienced 14 named storms, with 8 reaching hurricane force and two turning into major hurricanes.

The CSU Tropical Meteorology project team predicts that the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season will be slightly below-average, citing the likely development of El Niño as a primary factor. This year they are predicting 13 named storms during the Atlantic hurricane season, with researchers expecting six to become hurricanes and two to reach major hurricane strength with sustained winds of 111 miles per hour or greater.

Take steps to prepare today! Download Generac's Preparedness Guide below.

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