The 2018 hurricane season started a few weeks early for the Emerald Coast with Subtopical Storm Alberto making landfall in May. This system had maximum sustained winds of 65 mph and minimum pressure of 990mbar. Rainfall totals reached 8.69 inches in some areas and the storm surge was measured at 3 feet.
The typical hurricane season begins June 1 through November 30. The NOAA is predicting 10-16 named storms throughout this 2018 season. As of June 5th, the NOAA is currently watching Tropical Depression Two, which is moving west at 16 mph; current sustained winds are at 35 mph. During the next 72-96 hours, the NOAA expects the system to increase in speed and continue to travel west towards Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
There are a few key tips to keeping you and your family safe during this storm season.
If you have damage to your home after a storm, do not hesitate to call your insurance agent. Todd Claim Service will work with you to ensure you get the most out of your insurance claim. We have serviced the Emerald Coast for over 56 years and are the most trusted insurance adjusters in the area.
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