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Here are the insights insurance pros and policyholders need to know to navigate the 2021 hurricane season.

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Between May and November 2020, at least some part of the Gulf or Atlantic coastlines were under some sort of tropical weather-related warning. (Image: National Weather Service Corpus Christi via Wikipedia Commons) Between May and November 2020, at least some part of the Gulf or Atlantic coastlines were under some sort of tropical weather-related warning. (Image: National Weather Service Corpus Christi via Wikipedia Commons)

Among the many reasons that 2020 stood out was the year’s record-breaking hurricane season.

The season brought 30 named storms, exhausting the regular list of names and moving on to the Greek alphabet for the second time ever. (The first time was in 2005.) Eleven of those storms made landfall in the U.S., and six of those were at hurricane intensity.

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