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IBHS Ranks Building Codes as Above-Average Hurricane Season Approaches

Jeff Dunsavage, Senior Research Analyst, Triple-I, 06/07/2021 Building codes are critical to disaster mitigation, as well as to enabling families, […]

2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast Update

Maria Sassian, 6/3/2021 The 2021 Atlantic hurricane activity is still expected to be above average, according to a June 3 […]

Ana becomes first named storm of 2021 hurricane season

Maria Sassian, Research Director, Triple-I, 5/24/21 Subtropical Storm Ana formed early on May 22, northeast of Bermuda, becoming the first […]

National Hurricane Preparedness Week 2021

The start of what is forecast to be another “above-average” Atlantic hurricane season is weeks away and the Insurance Information Institute […]

Above-average 2021 Atlantic hurricane season predicted

Maria Sassian, Research Director, Triple-I 04/08/21 Colorado State University (CSU) hurricane researchers predict an above-average Atlantic hurricane season in 2021, […]

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World Meteorological Day 2021: The ocean, our climate and weather

By Scott Holeman, Media Relations Director, Triple-I The ocean, our climate and weather is the theme of this year’s World Meteorological […]

2021’s hurricane season may be another active one

12/11/2020 Colorado State University’s first outlook on the 2021 hurricane season says we might be in for another active year. […]

Record-breaking 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Ends Today

Today is the official last day of the 2020 hurricane season which runs from June 1 to November 30. This […]

Hurricane Iota Update: 11/17/20

During the evening of November 16, Hurricane Iota, the strongest storm on record this late in the annual Atlantic hurricane […]

Tropical Storm Eta Update: 11/12/20

Tropical Storm Eta made landfall early today along Florida’s Gulf coast near Cedar Key with maximum sustained winds of about […]