Welcome to the 2021 Hurricane Season. If you’re just joining us, we’re already to “B” as tropical form Bill brews off the coast of North Carolina. While many of us are still reeling from last year’s record-breaking season with 30 named storms, experts are predicting another above-average showing from now through November 30.We all know that flood damage is not covered by homeowners insurance. As the person responsible for securing your clients’ peace of mind by making sure their home and property are covered in an unfortunate scenario, you want to make sure your clients aren’t left out to dry when it comes to having adequate flood coverage.
In this blog post, we’ll provide helpful information that you can share with your insureds, including what the meteorologists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predict for the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. We’ll also discuss the top 10 reasons why flood insurance is a must-have for your clients in the coming wet months.
Experts Predict Above Average Activity for the 2021 Hurricane Season
Here’s what NOAA had to say in LifeScience about the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season
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