Have you ever heard of the Atlantic hurricane season? That’s the time of year when the largest number of tropical storms tend to develop in the Northern Atlantic Ocean.
Cyclones, hurricanes, tropical depressions: If you live in Florida, where the storms reach peak intensity each year in the late summer or early fall, it really doesn’t matter what you call them. During each and every season in Florida, they tend to lead to extreme property damage.
Usually that damage comes as the result of heavy winds that send trees crashing through bedroom windows, or from torrential downpours, which can easily lead to flooded basements and ruined personal property.