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Hurricanes are not just a coastal problem
Their impacts can be felt hundreds of miles inland. The U.S. has not been directly impacted by a major hurricane (Category 3 or higher) in more than a decade. However, hurricanes such as Ike and Isaac reminded us that significant impacts can occur without it being a major hurricane.
Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 15-21, 2016) is your time to prepare for a potential land-falling tropical storm or hurricane.
2016 National Hurricane Preparedness Week kicks off today and we encourage you to take a few moments each day this week to learn more about Hurricane Season and what that means to you. Whether you are staying home or traveling during June through November, you and your family could be impacted by a hurricane and related dangers associated with these powerful storms.
Our Hurricane Zone page is your source for the latest warnings, predictions, historical information, and other resources. This post is the first in a series which we'll post to help NOAA spread the word about Hurricane Preparedness. #HurricaneStrong
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As professional travel planners, we get a lot of questions from people considering a vacation during Hurricane Season. Flexibility is probably a key to cruise travel during that time frame. The cruise lines may need to alter the itinerary to avoid tropical weather.
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Hurricane Preparedness Week: May 15 - May 21, 2016