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5 Reasons to Update Your Disaster Plan Now

Harvey, Irma and Maria highlighted key risks property owners may be overlooking in their crisis management plans. With another active season on the horizon, the time to prepare is now.
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With the 2018 hurricane season underway, communities impacted by the historic 2017 season have just barely recovered. And forecasters say we may be in for a repeat.

Despite the Atlantic’s colder-than-normal temperatures during winter, scientists surmise they will warm rapidly throughout the summer. Combined with cool Pacific waters, it’s a recipe for punishing storms. Of course, early predictions are never 100-percent accurate; after all, was there any modeler who foresaw the triple threat of Harvey, Irma and Maria?

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