19 Aug Hurricane Season 2016
A Storm’s a Brewin’
The Hurricane Season for 2016 is making headline news across the globe. In our industry, it makes sense that we stay “ahead of the weather” for a multitude of reasons. If you haven’t already, now is the time to get your weather protection products ready to go. Yearly Cleaning & Maintenance services are essential to maintaining your Rollshutters, VuSafe Hurricane Panels, and Floodshield systems. Also, ensure you bundle up your awnings and awning valances before the storm season arrives. As always, we will be heading out soon to install awning covers and remove valances as needed. Go ahead and call the office to schedule those services now. As you can imagine, we are swamped every year around this time. Please ask the technicians if you have any questions about your products while they are at your home or business. These guys are great, and they will absolutely help out in any way they can.
Here are some reports you should know about to understand what this hurricane season is looking like. As you can see, the headlines look remarkably similar.
The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season might be the strongest in years
It looks like 2016 is shaping up to be a “near-normal” or “above-normal” Atlantic hurricane season, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which forecasts that this will be the strongest hurricane season since 2012… -CBS NEWS – see the full story here.
Atlantic hurricane season may be a powerful one this year
Considerable warmer sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies are now found off the coast of the northeast U.S. and all of eastern Canada. Waters off the coast of the southeastern U.S., the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico also show positive SST anomalies, but not as large the north. -The Weather Network – see the full story here.
2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected to be Most Active Since 2012
The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be the most active since 2012, according to a forecast released Friday by The Weather Company, an IBM Business. -Weather.com- see the full story and video here.