ElderCare at Home Can Prepare You for 2017 Hurricane Season

ElderCare at Home Can Prepare You for 2017 Hurricane Season

2017 Hurricane Season

It’s June, and hurricane season has begun. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and The Weather Company have made its forecast for the 2017 hurricane season, and they are anticipating that this season will be busier than usual. The Weather Company is forecasting a total of 14 named storms. Ten of these storms could be hurricanes and three of them could be major hurricanes. A major hurricane is considered a storm that is a category 3 or higher.[1]

If you or a loved one lives in South Florida, it is very important to be prepared in case of a hurricane. Being prepared means preparing in advance and not at the last minute. If you wait until the last minute to get supplies, etc. then you may be out of luck as many things sell out.

ElderCare at Home wants to help you prepare in case a hurricane comes. At ElderCare, we work with you to help you understand everything you need to know with our Hurricane Preparedness planning service.

For questions about resources, contacts, emergency supplies, and how you can protect yourself and your loved one from harm, please call ElderCare at Home at 888-285-0093 or visit our website.

[1] Source: https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2017-hurricane-season-forecast-atlantic-colorado-state-the-weather-company-may

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2017 Hurricane Season

It’s June, and hurricane season has begun. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and The Weather Company have made its forecast for the 2017 hurricane season, and they are anticipating that this season will be busier than usual. The Weather Company is forecasting a total of 14 named storms. Ten of these storms could be hurricanes and three of them could be major hurricanes. A major hurricane is considered a storm that is a category 3 or higher.[1]

If you or a loved one lives in South Florida, it is very important to be prepared in case of a hurricane. Being prepared means preparing in advance and not at the last minute. If you wait until the last minute to get supplies, etc. then you may be out of luck as many things sell out.

ElderCare at Home wants to help you prepare in case a hurricane comes. At ElderCare, we work with you to help you understand everything you need to know with our Hurricane Preparedness planning service.

For questions about resources, contacts, emergency supplies, and how you can protect yourself and your loved one from harm, please call ElderCare at Home at 888-285-0093 or visit our website.

[1] Source: https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2017-hurricane-season-forecast-atlantic-colorado-state-the-weather-company-may

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