Living in the Miami area or really anywhere in South Florida means dealing with a high likelihood of hurricanes and tropical storms. Hurricane season happens every year in Miami. The city has no shortage of history with severe weather, including hurricanes and tropical storms.
For instance, in 2017 Hurricane Irma hit the Miami area, along with much of Southern Florida. This category 4 hurricane caused a whopping USD $77 BB of damage.
According to an article by AccuWeather Miami is in the top 5 most vulnerable cities for hurricanes. They state, based on historical data a hurricane will go within 50 miles of the city every 6 to 8 years. And according to Universal Property, Miami has been affected by 49 hurricanes since 1851. This ranks it as the third highest frequency in Florida, behind the northern and southwest areas of the state.
So hurricane season is a legitimate concern every year in Miami. And if you live in the area or visit frequently it is good to understand when it takes place. This will help you prepare yourself, your family and your home before any storms even approach.
Make sure you are fully prepared. Read our detailed guide on how to prepare and plan for a hurricane.
Below we detail when hurricane season takes place in the Miami FL area.
Hurricane season happens every year in Miami from June 1st to November 30th of each year. The area falls within the Atlantic hurricane season, similar to the rest of Southern Florida.
Are you prepared?
Knowing when the storms may hit is the first step to protecting yourself and your family. Make sure you are signed up for an alert system so that you are aware in advance of any oncoming storms.
Also, it is good to understand what the difference is between a storm watch and a warning.
Lastly, it is good to have protection on your home, condo, and/or business. Impact glass and storm rated shutters are a good investment to protect your property and your loved ones.
Find out more about hurricane shutters.
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