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Here are the insights insurance pros need to know to advise clients and navigate the 2020 hurricane season.

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Hurricane flooding preparations. Each storm is different and unpredictable, which means business and property owners shouldn’t become complacent; it’s extremely important to prepare in advance for major hurricanes. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The first hurricane prediction for 2019 was less alarming than many prior years, with only two major hurricanes forecast to hit the U.S. coast. Hurricane researchers at Colorado State University announced in April that they foresee a slightly below-average Atlantic hurricane season, citing a weak El Niño and a slightly cooler tropical Atlantic ocean as major contributors. Their second, often more accurate forecast is due June 4, and NOAA announced its first forecast of the hurricane season on May 23 and predicted 9 to 15 named storms.

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