Atlantic Hurricane Season 2022 Update
The 2022 Atlantic storm season has been unusually quiet. Up until now there have been only four named storms. The fourth tropical depression in the Atlantic, Tropical Storm Danielle, was just named. Danielle will not be a threat to land and will remain at sea. Meteorologists are currently monitoring two other storm system but conditions in Atlantic Ocean are not ideal for creating tropical depressions. While the Atlantic is warm enough to fuel hurricane activity, the conditions in the air are dry and dusty. This reduces the chance of tropical storms. It is likely that Earl, the fifth named storm for the season will form despite these conditions. Although it's too early to know the exact path of this storm system, it is moving west to northwest at a slow pace and looks likely to pass north the Caribbean islands. It is possible that some parts of the east coast could get affected by the storm if it continues its current trajectory. Therefore, we will be closely monitoring this storm to be ready for any unexpected events.
It is well-known fact that tropical storms in the last three decades have been more wet and caused more water damage than storms in the past. While there are many factors that can cause this devastation, scientists agree that climate change has been the most important factor in the rise of storm surge and rainfall seen in almost all of major storms.
Water damage restoration experts are prepared to handle any weather conditions. We can help you assess your property and provide preventative measures that will stop the damage from happening.